Month: February 2019

Teaching The New Statistics: The Action’s in D.C.

The Academy Awards are out of the way, so we can focus on what’s really important: the APS Convention, May 23-26, 2019, in Washington D.C. For the first time for many years I won’t be there, but new-statistics action continues

Statistical Cognition: An Invitation

Statistical Cognition (SC) is the study of how people understand–or, quite often, misunderstand–statistical concepts or presentations. Is it better to report results using numbers, or graphs? Are confidence intervals (CIs) appreciated better if shown as error bars in a graph

A Second Edition of ITNS? Here’s the Latest

Our first blog post about a possible second edition of ITNS is here. All the comments I made there, and the questions I asked, remain relevant. We’ve had some very useful feedback and suggestions, but we’d love more. You could

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