MONTHLY MEMORY LANE: 3 years ago: May 2014. I leave them unmarked this month, read whatever looks interesting.
- (5/1) Putting the brakes on the breakthrough: An informal look at the argument for the Likelihood Principle
- (5/3) You can only become coherent by ‘converting’ non-Bayesianly
- (5/6) Winner of April Palindrome contest: Lori Wike
- (5/7) A. Spanos: Talking back to the critics using error statistics (Phil6334)
- (5/10) Who ya gonna call for statistical Fraudbusting? R.A. Fisher, P-values, and error statistics (again)
- (5/15) Scientism and Statisticism: a conference* (i)
- (5/17) Deconstructing Andrew Gelman: “A Bayesian wants everybody else to be a non-Bayesian.”
- (5/20) The Science Wars & the Statistics Wars: More from the Scientism workshop
- (5/25) Blog Table of Contents: March and April 2014
- (5/27) Allan Birnbaum, Philosophical Error Statistician: 27 May 1923 – 1 July 1976
- (5/31) What have we learned from the Anil Potti training and test data frameworks? Part 1 (draft 2)
 Monthly memory lanes began at the blog’s 3-year anniversary in Sept, 2014.
Here’s one cobbled from my memory lane, going back to the time when I first starting looking for bridges from logic to information theory and statistics.
• Boole and the Functional Interpretation of Logic