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I ran across a video this afternoon that explains that the sum of volumes of all even-dimensional unit spheres equals eπ. Why is that? Define vol(n) to be the volume of the unit sphere in dimension n. Then and so the sum of the volumes of all even dimensional spheres is But what if you […] → The post Sums of volumes of spheres appeared first on StatsBlogs. [...]
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→ The post I have zero problem with people reporting results they found with p=0.1. Or p=0.2. Whatever. The problem is with the attitude that publication should imply some sort of certainty. appeared first on StatsBlogs. [...]
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Joel Bernstein writes: I just finished reading your oped article on reproducibility in science. As an experimental scientist – more precisely a chemical crystallographer – I have had to deal with this kind of situation a number of times, and at least two examples may serve as the possible exceptions to your rules. One of […] → The post Crystallography Corner: The result is difficult to reproduce, but the result is still valid. appeared first on StatsBlogs. [...]
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One of the few people in Australia who did not write off a possible Coalition win at the recent federal election was Peter Ellis. We’ve invited him to come and give a talk about making sense of opinion polls and the Australian federal election on Frida... → The post Poll position: statistics and the Australian federal election appeared first on StatsBlogs. [...]
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