MONTHLY MEMORY LANE: 3 years ago: April 2014. 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 4 others I’d recommend. Posts that are part of a “unit” or a group count as one. For this month, I’ll include all the 6334 seminars as “one”.
- (4/1) April Fool’s. Skeptical and enthusiastic Bayesian priors for beliefs about insane asylum renovations at Dept of Homeland Security: I’m skeptical and unenthusiastic
- (4/3) Self-referential blogpost (conditionally accepted*)
- (4/5) Who is allowed to cheat? I.J. Good and that after dinner comedy hour. . ..
- (4/6) Phil6334: Duhem’s Problem, highly probable vs highly probed; Day #9 Slides
- (4/8) “Out Damned Pseudoscience: Non-significant results are the new ‘Significant’ results!” (update)
- (4/12) “Murder or Coincidence?” Statistical Error in Court: Richard Gill (TEDx video)
- (4/14) Phil6334: Notes on Bayesian Inference: Day #11 Slides
- (4/16) A. Spanos: Jerzy Neyman and his Enduring Legacy
- (4/17) Duality: Confidence intervals and the severity of tests
- (4/19) Getting Credit (or blame) for Something You Didn’t Do (BP oil spill)
- (4/21) Phil 6334: Foundations of statistics and its consequences: Day#12
- (4/23) Phil 6334 Visitor: S. Stanley Young, “Statistics and Scientific Integrity”
- (4/26) Reliability and Reproducibility: Fraudulent p-values through multiple testing (and other biases): S. Stanley Young (Phil 6334: Day #13)
- (4/30) Able Stats Elba: 3 Palindrome nominees for April! (rejected post)
 Monthly memory lanes began at the blog’s 3-year anniversary in Sept, 2014.
 New Rule, July 30,2016, March 30,2017 (moved to 4) -very convenient way to allow data-dependent choices.