MONTHLY MEMORY LANE: 3 years ago: May 2012. Lots of worthy reading and rereading for your Saturday night memory lane; it was hard to choose just 3.
I mark in red three posts that seem most apt for general background on key issues in this blog* (Posts that are part of a “unit” or a group of “U-Phils” count as one.) This new feature, appearingthe end of each month, began at the blog’s 3-year anniversary in Sept, 2014.
*excluding any that have been recently reblogged.
- (5/1) Stephen Senn: A Paradox of Prior Probabilities
- (5/5) Comedy Hour at the Bayesian (Epistemology) Retreat: Highly Probable vs Highly Probed
- (5/8) LSE Summer Seminar: Contemporary Problems in Philosophy of Statistics
- (5/10) Excerpts from S. Senn’s Letter on “Replication, p-values and Evidence,”
- (5/12) Saturday Night Brainstorming & Task Forces: The TFSI on NHST (for update see 2015 Task Force)
- (5/17) Do CIs Avoid Fallacies of Tests? Reforming the Reformers
- (5/20) Betting, Bookies and Bayes: Does it Not Matter?
- (5/23) Does the Bayesian Diet Call For Error-Statistical Supplements?
- (5/24) An Error-Statistical Philosophy of Evidence (PH500, LSE Seminar)-short intro to error statistics
- (5/28) Painting-by-Number #1
- (5/31) Metablog: May 31, 2012