Philosophy of Statistics Comes to the Big Apple! APS 2015 Annual Convention — NYC

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 The Philosophy of Statistics: Bayesianism, Frequentism and the Nature of Inference,
2015 APS Annual Convention
Saturday, May 23  
2:00 PM- 3:50 PM in Wilder

(Marriott Marquis 1535 B’way)





Andrew Gelman

Professor of Statistics & Political Science
Columbia University



Stephen Senn

Head of Competence Center
for Methodology and Statistics (CCMS)

Luxembourg Institute of Health



D. Mayo headshot

D.G. Mayo, Philosopher



Richard Morey, Session Chair & Discussant

Senior Lecturer
School of Psychology
Cardiff University
Categories: Announcement, Bayesian/frequentist, Statistics | 8 Comments

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8 thoughts on “Philosophy of Statistics Comes to the Big Apple! APS 2015 Annual Convention — NYC

  1. “My little town (Elba) blues have melted away, …..these vagabond shoes are longing to stray….”

  2. It looks like a very interesting and potentially fruitful exchange. I’m so sorry I can’t be there!

  3. john byrd

    I wish I could attend. Unfortunately, I will be in the field. I wonder what the culture is like at a psychology conference?

  4. A great lineup – I hope I can make it.

  5. Anonymous

    Good Luck To All.

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