MONTHLY MEMORY LANE: 3 years ago: November 2012. I mark in red three posts that seem most apt for general background on key issues in this blog.. Please check out others that didn’t make the “bright red cut”. If you’re interested in the Likelihood Principle, check “Blogging Birnbaum” and “Likelihood Links”. If you think P-values are hard to explain, see how the “Bad News Bears” struggle to decipher Bayesian probability. (Some of the posts allude to seminars I was giving at the London School of Economics 3 years ago.)
- (11/04) PhilStat: So you’re looking for a Ph.D. dissertation topic?
- (11/07) Seminars at the London School of Economics: Contemporary Problems in Philosophy of Statistics
- (11/10) Bad news bears: ‘Bayesian bear’ rejoinder – reblog
- (11/12) new rejected post: kvetch (and query)
- (11/14) continuing the comments. …
- (11/16) Philosophy of Science Association (PSA) 2012 Program
- (11/18) What is Bayesian/Frequentist Inference? (from the normal deviate)
- (11/18) New kvetch/PhilStock: Rapiscan Scam
- (11/19) Comments on Wasserman’s “what is Bayesian/frequentist inference?”
- (11/21) Irony and Bad Faith: Deconstructing Bayesians – reblog
- (11/23) Announcement: 28 November: My Seminar at the LSE (Contemporary PhilStat)
- (11/25) Likelihood Links [for 28 Nov. Seminar and Current U-Phil]
- (11/28) Blogging Birnbaum: on Statistical Methods in Scientific Inference
- (11/30) Error Statistics (brief overview)
 I exclude those reblogged fairly recently. Posts that are part of a “unit” or a group of “U-Phils” count as one. Monthly memory lanes began at the blog’s 3-year anniversary in Sept, 2014.