MONTHLY MEMORY LANE: 3 years ago: June 2012. I mark in red three posts that seem most apt for general background on key issues in this blog. It was extremely difficult to pick only 3 this month; please check out others that look interesting to you. This new feature, appearing the last week of each month, began at the blog’s 3-year anniversary in Sept, 2014.
- (6/2) Anything Tests Can do, CIs do Better; CIs Do Anything Better than Tests?* (reforming the reformers cont.)
- (6/6) Review of Error and Inference (Mayo and Spanos) by C. Hennig
- (6/9) U-Phil: Is the Use of Power* Open to a Power Paradox?
- (6/12) CMU Workshop on Foundations for Ockham’s Razor
- (6/14) Answer to the Homework & a New Exercise
- (6/15) Scratch Work for a SEV Homework Problem
- (6/17) Repost (5/17/12): Do CIs Avoid Fallacies of Tests? Reforming the Reformers
- (6/17) G. Cumming Response: The New Statistics
- (6/19) The Error Statistical Philosophy and The Practice of Bayesian Statistics: Comments on Gelman and Shalizi
- (6/23) Promissory Note
- (6/26) Deviates, Sloths, and Exiles: Philosophical Remarks on the Ockham’s Razor Workshop*
- (6/29) Further Reflections on Simplicity: Mechanisms
excluding those recently reblogged. Posts that are part of a “unit” or a group of “U-Phils” count as one.