MONTHLY MEMORY LANE: 3 years ago: December 2013. I mark in red three posts from each month that seem most apt for general background on key issues in this blog, excluding those reblogged recently, and in green up to 3 others I’d recommend. Posts that are part of a “unit” or a group count as one. In this post, that makes 12/27-12/28 count as one.
- (12/3) Stephen Senn: Dawid’s Selection Paradox (guest post)
- (12/7) FDA’s New Pharmacovigilance
- (12/9) Why ecologists might want to read more philosophy of science (UPDATED)
- (12/11) Blog Contents for Oct and Nov 2013
- (12/14) The error statistician has a complex, messy, subtle, ingenious piece-meal approach
- (12/15) Surprising Facts about Surprising Facts
- (12/19) A. Spanos lecture on “Frequentist Hypothesis Testing”
- (12/24) U-Phil: Deconstructions [of J. Berger]: Irony & Bad Faith 3
- (12/25) “Bad Arguments” (a book by Ali Almossawi)
- (12/26) Mascots of Bayesneon statistics (rejected post)
- (12/27) Deconstructing Larry Wasserman
- (12/28) More on deconstructing Larry Wasserman (Aris Spanos)
- (12/28) Wasserman on Wasserman: Update! December 28, 2013
- (12/31) Midnight With Birnbaum (Happy New Year)
 Monthly memory lanes began at the blog’s 3-year anniversary in Sept, 2014.
 New Rule, July 30, 2016-very convenient.
In order that people can be aware of new comments, it would be good to comment here, indicating which post you’re commenting on. Norm Matloff just commented on my deconstructing Larry Wasserman post in relation to machine learning and underlying mechanisms–something I happen to be currently thinking about.