In 2017, I (Bob) attended a National Academies of Science conference on reproducibility in science. Among many memorable events, I saw a talk by David Allison about his efforts to correct simple statistical mistakes in the published literature. He would …

The joke of self-correcting science: The Andero lab and Nature Communications Read more »

I woke on Christmas morning to a message from Bob with this link, to this editorial: Not just a single journal, but journal editors for a whole discipline! Here’s the first para, highlights added: Null hypothesis statistical tests are often …

Hallelujah! Physiotherapists Join the Christmas Choir of Estimation Angels! Read more »

Bob recently tweeted: “I just registered for AIMOS, the meta- and open-science conference, Nov 30-Dec 3. https://aimosconference.com/register.html … Looking through the program, pretty easy to get pumped about AIMOS.” Indeed! And not only because Bob is presenting. See the full …

Meta- and Open Science at AIMOS, Soon: Get Pumped Read more »

I recently posted about our DR article being accepted by BJMSP. It has now been published online, here. It’s behind a paywall, but here is the full pdf that we are allowed to share; it has only a few limitations, …

The Diamond Ratio (DR), Our Estimate of Heterogeneity: Now Published Online Read more »

It’s a pleasure to see estimation, Open Science, and even use of ESCI spreading across disciplines. This blog has reported various talks and articles I’ve been involved with in fields as diverse as, for example, Antarctic and marine science, orthodontics, …

Sport and Exercise Science: The New Statistics, Videos, and ESCI Read more »