MONTHLY MEMORY LANE: 3 years ago: February 2013. 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”(you [readers] philosophize) count as one. Feb. 2013 reminds me how much the issue of the Likelihood Principle figured in this blog. I group the 4 on the Likelihood Principle, in burgundy, as one. Those unaware of the issue, or updating a statistics text in the next few months, might want to see what all the hoopla is about. (For the latest, please see ). The three in green are on Fisher. New questions or comments on any posts can be placed on this post.
- (2/2) U-Phil: Ton o’ Bricks
- (2/4) January Palindrome Winner
- (2/6) Mark Chang (now) gets it right about circularity
- (2/8) From Gelman’s blog: philosophy and the practice of Bayesian statistics
- (2/9) New kvetch: Filly Fury
- (2/10) U-PHIL: Gandenberger & Hennig: Blogging Birnbaum’s Proof
- (2/11) U-Phil: Mayo’s response to Hennig and Gandenberger
- (2/13) Statistics as a Counter to Heavyweights…who wrote this?
- (2/16) Fisher and Neyman after anger management?
- (2/17) R. A. Fisher: how an outsider revolutionized statistics
- (2/20) Fisher: from ‘Two New Properties of Mathematical Likelihood’
- (2/23) Stephen Senn: Also Smith and Jones
- (2/26) PhilStock: DO < $70
- (2/26) Statistically speaking…
 I exclude those reblogged fairly recently. Monthly memory lanes began at the blog’s 3-year anniversary in Sept, 2014.