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West Coast Stat Views (on Observational Epidemiology and more)

Comments, observations and thoughts from two bloggers on applied statistics, higher education and epidemiology.

  • By Mark Palko, Joseph
  • Based in United States of America
  • Roughly five posts per week
  • First post on

Posts per month

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Posts per month
Month starting Posts
Feb 2023 12
Mar 2023 25
Apr 2023 21
May 2023 23
Jun 2023 23
Jul 2023 22
Aug 2023 25
Sep 2023 23
Oct 2023 22
Nov 2023 22
Dec 2023 1

Any gaps could be due to errors when fetching the blog’s feed.

Most recent posts

Our annual Toys-for-Tots post
A good Christmas can do a lot to take the edge off of a bad year both for children and their parents (and a lot of families are having a bad year). It's the season …
On , 365 words
To understand the NYT's good soldiers, you have to understand the paper's culture
Previously, I've referred to certain NYT journalists including Frank Bruni, Ezra Klein and Nate Cohn as "good soldiers." These are writers who reliably and enthusiastically toe the "pre-designated line," going a step beyond the level …
On , 861 words
This is Joseph.I wanted to return to a very old topic. The use of hypotheticals to induce moral intuitions is often stated in a very stylized way that does not really convey how real decisions …
On , by Joseph, 752 words