Given all the recent attention given to kvetching about significance tests, it’s an apt time to reblog Aris Spanos’ overview of the error statistician talking back to the critics . A related paper for your Saturday night reading is Mayo and Spanos (2011). It mixes the error statistical philosophy of science with its philosophy of statistics, introduces severity, and responds to 13 criticisms and howlers.
I’m going to comment on some of the ASA discussion contributions I hadn’t discussed earlier. Please share your thoughts in relation to any of this.
It was first blogged here, as part of our seminar 2 years ago.
 For those seeking a bit more balance to the main menu offered in the ASA Statistical Significance Reference list.
See also on this blog:
A. Spanos, “Recurring controversies about p-values and confidence intervals revisited”
A. Spanos, “Lecture on frequentist hypothesis testing
Section 8.1 is particularly nice. I get tired of hearing that “All models are false.”