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Andrew, Breck, and I are struggling with the Stan group funding at Columbia just like most small groups in academia. The short story is that to apply for enough grants to give us a decent chance of making payroll in the following year, we have to apply for so many that our expected amount of […] → The post Why does my academic lab keep growing? appeared first on StatsBlogs. [...]
Thu, Aug 15, 2019
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Cute quote: (The link comes from Stuart Richie.) Sunstein later clarified: I’ll take Sunstein’s word that he no longer thinks it’s funny to attack people who work for open science and say that they’re just like people who spread disinformation. I have no idea what Sunstein thinks the “grain of truth” is, but I guess […] → The post Replication police methodological terrorism stasi nudge shoot the messenger wtf appeared first on StatsBlogs. [...]
Thu, Aug 15, 2019
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This is a belated birthday post for E.S. Pearson (11 August 1895-12 June, 1980). It’s basically apost from 2012 which concerns an issue of interpretation (long-run performance vs probativeness) that’s badly confused these days. I’ll post some Pearson items this week to mark his birthday. HAPPY BELATED BIRTHDAY EGON! Are methods based on error probabilities […] → The post Performance or Probativeness? E.S. Pearson’s Statistical Philosophy: Belated Birthday Wish appeared first on StatsBlogs. [...]
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