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  • By Deborah G. Mayo
  • Based in United States of America
  • Roughly one post per week
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Nov 2022 2
Dec 2022 3
Jan 2023 4
Feb 2023 2
Mar 2023 1
Apr 2023 1
May 2023 1
Jun 2023 1
Jul 2023 3
Aug 2023 1
Sep 2023 2
Oct 2023 2
Nov 2023 0
Dec 2023 3
Jan 2024 3
Feb 2024 1
Mar 2024 3
Apr 2024 4
May 2024 4

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Most recent posts

5-year review: “Les stats, c’est moi”: We take that step here! (Adopt our fav word or phil stat!)(iii)
les stats, c’est moi This is the last of the selected posts I will reblog from 5 years ago on the 2019 statistical significance controversy. The original post, published on this blog on December 13, …
On , by Mayo, 2,326 words
5-year Review: The ASA’s P-value Project: Why it’s Doing More Harm than Good (cont from 11/4/19)
. I continue my selective 5-year review of some of the posts revolving around the statistical significance test controversy from 2019. This post was first published on the blog on November 14, 2019. I feared …
On , by Mayo, 1,866 words
5-year Review: P-Value Statements and Their Unintended(?) Consequences: The June 2019 ASA President’s Corner (b)
I continue my 5-year review of some highlights from the “abandon significance” movement from 2019. This post was first published on this blog on November 30, 2019, It was based on a call by then …
On , by Mayo, 2,158 words