Yesterday I greatly enjoyed a zoom talk with the Open Science Community of Turku, Finland. Online were good folks from Finland, The Netherlands and I don’t know where else. Great questions at the end! My slides and 3 data files …

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Archaeology?! Yes, but it’s for everyone–registrations are coming from across science, and from students to seasoned researchers. All welcome. Opening keynote by Nicole Lazar of ASA ‘beyond p < .05‘ fame. I’m speaking later on the first day. Feel free …

Online Talks & Workshops, Feb 8-11: Stats Reform, Open Science, R Read more »

(Revised 18 March 2022, to add comments about replication, and the effectiveness of journal-specific guidelines, and badges.) What Progress With Open Science? In Brief: Judging from Psychological Science (PS) and the Journal of Experimental Psychology: General (JEPG), during 2013-2020: Reporting …

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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 »

Replacement heart valves, bypasses, transplants: Cardiac surgery research has given us these life-saving goodies, and more. Now this vital research field has joined many others in appreciating the damage that reliance on p values can bring. Our critical review (here) …

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This is a post for the nerds, fine people that we are. Actually, everyone needs to think about reporting style, especially for statistical stuff. The APA Publication Manual is the bible of APA Style, also perhaps the bane of some …

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