MONTHLY MEMORY LANE: 3 years ago: June 2013. I mark in red three posts that seem most apt for general background on key issues in this blog, excluding those reblogged recently . Posts that are part of a “unit” or a group of “U-Phils”(you [readers] philosophize) count as one. Here I grouped 6/5 and 6/6.
- (6/1) Winner of May Palindrome Contest
- (6/1) Some statistical dirty laundry*(recently reblogged)
- (6/5) Do CIs Avoid Fallacies of Tests? Reforming the Reformers :(6/5 and6/6 are paired as one)
- (6/6) PhilStock: Topsy-Turvy Game
- (6/6) Anything Tests Can do, CIs do Better; CIs Do Anything Better than Tests?* (reforming the reformers cont.)
- (6/8) Richard Gill: “Integrity or fraud… or just questionable research practices?”*(recently reblogged)
- (6/11) Mayo: comment on the repressed memory research [How a conceptual criticism, requiring no statistics, might go.]
- (6/14) P-values can’t be trusted except when used to argue that p-values can’t be trusted!
- (6/19) PhilStock: The Great Taper Caper
- (6/19) Stanley Young: better p-values through randomization in microarrays
- (6/22) What do these share in common: m&ms, limbo stick, ovulation, Dale Carnegie? Sat night potpourri*(recently reblogged)
- (6/26) Why I am not a “dualist” in the sense of Sander Greenland
- (6/29) Palindrome “contest” contest
- (6/30) Blog Contents: mid-year
 Monthly memory lanes began at the blog’s 3-year anniversary in Sept, 2014.