Blog Contents: mid-year

Error Statistics Philosophy BLOG: Table of Contents 2013 (January-June)*

img_02443January 2013

(1/2) Severity as a ‘Metastatistical’ Assessment
(1/4) Severity Calculator
(1/6) Guest post: Bad Pharma? (S. Senn)
(1/9) RCTs, skeptics, and evidence-based policy
(1/10) James M. Buchanan
(1/11) Aris Spanos: James M. Buchanan: a scholar, teacher and friend
(1/12) Error Statistics Blog: Table of Contents
(1/15) Ontology & Methodology: Second call for Abstracts, Papers
(1/18) New Kvetch/PhilStock
(1/19) Saturday Night Brainstorming and Task Forces: (2013) TFSI on NHST
(1/22) New PhilStock
(1/23) P-values as posterior odds?
(1/26) Coming up: December U-Phil Contributions….
(1/27) U-Phil: S. Fletcher & N. Jinn
(1/30) U-Phil: J. A. Miller: Blogging the SLP

February 2013

(2/2) U-Phil: Ton o’ Bricks
(2/4) January Palindrome Winner
(2/6) Mark Chang (now) gets it right about circularity
(2/8) From Gelman’s blog: philosophy and the practice of Bayesian statistics
(2/9) New kvetch: Filly Fury
(2/10) U-PHIL: Gandenberger & Hennig: Blogging Birnbaum’s Proof
(2/11) U-Phil: Mayo’s response to Hennig and Gandenberger
(2/13) Statistics as a Counter to Heavyweights…who wrote this?
(2/16) Fisher and Neyman after anger management?
(2/17) R. A. Fisher: how an outsider revolutionized statistics
(2/20) Fisher: from ‘Two New Properties of Mathematical Likelihood’
(2/23) Stephen Senn: Also Smith and Jones
(2/26) PhilStock: DO < $70
(2/26) Statistically speaking…

March  2013

(3/1) Capitalizing on chance
(3/4) Big Data or Pig Data?
(3/7) Stephen Senn: Casting Stones
(3/10) Blog Contents 2013 (Jan & Feb)
(3/11) S. Stanley Young: Scientific Integrity and Transparency
(3/13) Risk-Based Security: Knives and Axes
(3/15) Normal Deviate: Double Misunderstandings About p-values
(3/17) Update on Higgs data analysis: statistical flukes (1)
(3/21) Telling the public why the Higgs particle matters
(3/23) Is NASA suspending public education and outreach?
(3/27) Higgs analysis and statistical flukes (part 2)
(3/31) Possible progress on the comedy hour circuit?

April 2013 

(4/1) Flawed Science and Stapel: Priming for a Backlash?
(4/4) Guest Post. Kent Staley: On the Five Sigma Standard in Particle Physics
(4/6) Who is allowed to cheat? I.J. Good and that after dinner comedy hour….
(4/10) Statistical flukes (3): triggering the switch to throw out 99.99% of the data
(4/11) O & M Conference (upcoming) and a bit more on triggering from a participant…..
(4/14) Does statistics have an ontology? Does it need one?
(4/19) Stephen Senn: When relevance is irrelevant
(4/22) Majority say no to inflight cell phone use, knives, toy bats, bow and arrows, according to survey
(4/23) PhilStock: Applectomy? (rejected post)
(4/25) Blog Contents 2013 (March)
(4/27) Getting Credit (or blame) for Something You Didn’t Do (BP oil spill, comedy hour)
(4/29) What should philosophers of science do? (falsification, Higgs, statistics, Marilyn)

May 2013

(5/3) Schedule for Ontology & Methodology, 2013
(5/6) Professorships in Scandal?
(5/9) If it’s called the “The High Quality Research Act,” then ….
(5/13) No-Shame Psychics Keep Their Predictions Vague: New Rejected post
(5/14) “A sense of security regarding the future of statistical science…” Anon review of Error and Inference
(5/18) Gandenberger on Ontology and Methodology (May 4) Conference: Virginia Tech
(5/19) Mayo: Meanderings on the Onto-Methodology Conference
(5/22) Mayo’s slides from the Onto-Meth conference
(5/24) Gelman sides w/ Neyman over Fisher in relation to a famous blow-up
(5/26) Schachtman: High, Higher, Highest Quality Research Act
(5/27) A. Birnbaum: Statistical Methods in Scientific Inference
(5/29) K. Staley: Review of Error & Inference

June 2013

(6/1) Winner of May Palindrome Contest
(6/1) Some statistical dirty laundry
(6/5) Do CIs Avoid Fallacies of Tests?  Reforming the Reformers (Reblog 5/17/12)
(6/6) PhilStock: Topsy-Turvy Game
(6/6) Anything Tests Can do, CIs do Better; CIs Do Anything Better than Tests?* (reforming the reformers cont.)
(6/8) Richard Gill: “Integrity or fraud… or just quesionable research practices?”
(6/11) Mayo: comment on the repressed memory research
(6/14) P-values can’t be trusted except when used to argue that P-values can’t be trusted!
(6/19) PhilStock: The Great Taper Caper
(6/19) Stanley Young: better p-values through randomization in microarrays
(6/22) What do these share in common: m&ms, limbo stick, ovulation, Dale Carnegie? Sat night potpourri
(6/26) Why I am not a “dualist” in the sense of Sander Greenland
(6/29) Palindrome “contest” contest

(Table of Contents from September 2011-December 2012)

*Organized by  Nicole Jinn & Jean Miller

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