MONTHLY MEMORY LANE: 3 years ago: August 2012. 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 (there are 4 U-Phils on Wasserman this time). Monthly memory lanes began at the blog’s 3-year anniversary in Sept, 2014. We’re about to turn four.
- (8/2) Stephen Senn: Fooling the Patient: an Unethical Use of Placebo? (Phil/Stat/Med)
- (8/5) A “Bayesian Bear” rejoinder practically writes itself…
- (8/6) Bad news bears: Bayesian rejoinder
- (8/8) U-PHIL: Aris Spanos on Larry Wasserman
- (8/10) U-PHIL: Hennig and Gelman on Wasserman (2011)
- (8/11) E.S. Pearson Birthday
- (8/11) U-PHIL: Wasserman Replies to Spanos and Hennig
- (8/13) U-Phil: (concluding the deconstruction) Wasserman/Mayo
- (8/14) Good Scientist Badge of Approval?
- (8/16) E.S. Pearson’s Statistical Philosophy
- (8/18) A. Spanos: Egon Pearson’s Neglected Contributions to Statistics
- (8/20) Higgs Boson: Bayesian “Digest and Discussion”
- (8/22) Scalar or Technicolor? S. Weinberg, “Why the Higgs?”
- (8/25) “Did Higgs Physicists Miss an Opportunity by Not Consulting More With Statisticians?
- (8/27) Knowledge/evidence not captured by mathematical prob.
- (8/30) Frequentist Pursuit
- (8/31) Failing to Apply vs Violating the Likelihood Principle
 excluding those reblogged fairly recently.
 Larry Wasserman’s paper was “Low Assumptions, High dimensions” in our special RIMM volume.
Gelman takes up our post “Can you change your Bayesian prior?” today:
There were over 100 comments on my post which illustrate how much disagreement there is about this.