MONTHLY MEMORY LANE: 3 years ago: February 2014. I normally mark in red three posts from each month that seem most apt for general background on key issues in this blog, but I decided just to list these as they are (some are from a seminar I taught with Aris Spanos 3 years ago; several on Fisher were recently reblogged). I hope you find something of interest!
- (2/1) Comedy hour at the Bayesian (epistemology) retreat: highly probable vs highly probed (vs B-boosts)
- (2/3) PhilStock: Bad news is bad news on Wall St. (rejected post)
- (2/5) “Probabilism as an Obstacle to Statistical Fraud-Busting” (draft iii)
- (2/9) Phil6334: Day #3: Feb 6, 2014
- (2/10) Is it true that all epistemic principles can only be defended circularly? A Popperian puzzle
- (2/12) Phil6334: Popper self-test
- (2/13) Phil 6334 Statistical Snow Sculpture
- (2/14) January Blog Table of Contents
- (2/15) Fisher and Neyman after anger management?
- (2/17) R. A. Fisher: how an outsider revolutionized statistics
- (2/18) Aris Spanos: The Enduring Legacy of R. A. Fisher
- (2/20) R.A. Fisher: ‘Two New Properties of Mathematical Likelihood’
- (2/21) STEPHEN SENN: Fisher’s alternative to the alternative
- (2/22) Sir Harold Jeffreys’ (tail-area) one-liner: Sat night comedy [draft ii]
- (2/24) Phil6334: February 20, 2014 (Spanos): Day #5
- (2/26) Winner of the February 2014 palindrome contest (rejected post)
- (2/26) Phil6334: Feb 24, 2014: Induction, Popper and pseudoscience (Day #4)
Thanks for the Memories, this is an especially nice anamnesis.