Category: ITNS

Draw Pictures to Improve Learning?

In ITNS we included a short section near the start describing good strategies for learning, based on empirical studies. Scattered through the book are reminders and encouragement to use the effective strategies. Now, just as we’re thinking about possible improvements

ITNS–The Second Edition!

Routledge, our publisher, has started planning for a second edition. That’s very exciting news! The only problem is that Bob and I can’t think of anything that needs improving. Ha! But, seriously, we’d love to hear from you about things

Open Science DownUnder — Fiona Fidler reports

Last week, the 2018 Australasian Open Science Conference was held in Brisbane at the University of Queensland: The first conference in Oz on the themes of Open Science and how to improve how science is done. They expected 40 and

APS in San Fran 3: Workshop on Teaching the New Stats

Tamarah Smith and Bob presented a workshop on Teaching the New Stats to an almost sold-out crowd. I wasn’t there, but by all reports it went extremely well. Such a workshop seems to me a terrific way to help interested

ITNS–A New Review on Amazon

The ITNS page on Amazon (U.S.) is here. Scroll down to see the 4 reviews by readers. Recently a five-star review was added by Edoardo Zamuner. Here it is: “I am an experimental psychologist with training in NHST. Cumming’s book

Why effect sizes? A tutorial (especially for Neuroscientists)

The New Statistics emphasizes effect sizes, confidence intervals, meta-analysis, and Open Science.  There’s a lot of momentum to adopt this change of focus.  For example, the APA recently released new guidelines for reporting quantitative research and throughout it emphasizes reporting

Pre-Print – The New Statistics for Better Science

We have a new preprint on how the New Statistics can save the world (sort of):  https://psyarxiv.com/3mztg  It’s for a special issue of the American Statistician on the them of  “Beyond p values”. We welcome your feedback on via email, twitter (@TheNewStats),

A Fine ITNS Review on Amazon

Recently a new review of ITNS was posted on Amazon. It’s here, or go to the Amazon site for ITNS and scroll down. “This is a really fantastic statistics textbook … … Highly recommended!” I don’t know ‘Rob’, who wrote

Some Questions–Would You Care to Comment?

Blogs sometimes either elicit lots of comments, or they don’t. While writing, I’m always wondering how readers might react, what they (you) might be thinking. In my most recent post I asked about experiences or thoughts readers might have about

Teaching the Forest Plot–What Do You Think?

I’ve been a bit obsessed with the forest plot for, I’d guess, close to 20 years. Partly because I love pictures, partly because the forest plot can tell us so much. I regard it as the beautiful face of meta-analysis.

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