MONTHLY MEMORY LANE: 3 years ago: November 2011. I mark in red 3 posts that seem most apt for general background on key issues in this blog.*
- (11/1) RMM-4:“Foundational Issues in Statistical Modeling: Statistical Model Specification and Validation*” by Aris Spanos, in Rationality, Markets, and Morals (Special Topic: Statistical Science and Philosophy of Science: Where Do/Should They Meet?”)
- (11/3) Who is Really Doing the Work?*
- (11/5) Skeleton Key and Skeletal Points for (Esteemed) Ghost Guest
- (11/9) Neyman’s Nursery 2: Power and Severity [Continuation of Oct. 22 Post]
- (11/12) Neyman’s Nursery (NN) 3: SHPOWER vs POWER
- (11/15) Logic Takes a Bit of a Hit!: (NN 4) Continuing: Shpower (“observed” power) vs Power
- (11/18) Neyman’s Nursery (NN5): Final Post
- (11/21) RMM-5: “Low Assumptions, High Dimensions” by Larry Wasserman, in Rationality, Markets, and Morals (Special Topic: Statistical Science and Philosophy of Science: Where Do/Should They Meet?”) See also my deconstruction of Larry Wasserman.
- (11/23) Elbar Grease: Return to the Comedy Hour at the Bayesian Retreat
- (11/28) The UN Charter: double-counting and data snooping
- (11/29) If you try sometime, you find you get what you need!
*I announced this new, once-a-month feature at the blog’s 3-year anniversary. I will repost and comment on one of the 3-year old posts from time to time. [I’ve yet to repost and comment on the one from Oct. 2011, but will shortly.] For newcomers, here’s your chance to catch-up; for old timers,this is philosophy: rereading is essential!
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