Scary Halloween? NO!
Well, the p is a bit scary, but the .06 is nothing special.
New Stats blog: Congratulations Professor Fiona Fidler! https://t.co/baDFKRYwhg
New Stats blog: AIMOS — The New Interdisciplinary Meta-Research and Open Science Association https://t.co/rhMUqdhrAH
If there was a single statistics textbook I'd recommend all students (undergrad & postgrad) it is Introduction to the New Statistics. As scientists, more often than not we want estimate the magnitude & precision of the effects we study. Not merely whether p < .05
Can we please start reporting correlations for repeated measures? It would make interpreting mixed anova much more feasable, as well as power calculations.
Micro rant over
Proud of our slug lab and the science we do. Our latest on the mechanisms of forgetting at z11 with talented ugrad Tania Rosiles and Melissa Nguyen. #sfn2019
Hello Chicago! Beautiful day to arrive at the windy city today & honored to serve as a panelist together w/ @TheNewStats at tomorrow's #SfN19 Reproducibility for Everyone (#R4E_SfN) workshop organized by @Neuro_musings, @SusannaMBachle, @april_cs, @lteytelman! @JohnsHopkinsMMI
The #repro4everyone workshop at #SfN19 starts soon in Room N228. We'll be sharing content that's relevant independent of your career stage and specialization so plan on joining us (@lteytelman,@april_cs, @SusannaMBachle, @TheNewStats and @R3_GSI)!
My new MOOC "Improving Your Statistical Questions" has launched! https://t.co/SmraqFyQnk. There are 15 videos and 13 assignments, all freely available. I hope you'll like it! An overview of the contents and a thank you to all who helped in this blog post: https://t.co/nuzPdKzZyS