September 24: Bayes factors from all sides: who’s worried, who’s not, and why (R. Morey)

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R. Morey’s slides “Bayes Factors from all sides: who’s worried, who’s not, and why” are at this link: https://richarddmorey.github.io/TalkPhilStat2020/#1

Video of R. Morey’s presentation at this link: https://philstatwars.files.wordpress.com/2020/09/richard_presentation.mp4

Video of discussion of R. Morey’s presentation at this link: https://philstatwars.files.wordpress.com/2020/09/richard_discussion.mp4

Upcoming talks will include Stephen Senn (Statistical consultant, Scotland, November 19, 2020); Deborah Mayo (Philosophy, Virginia Tech, December 19, 2020); and Alexander Bird (Philosophy, King’s College London, January 28, 2021).  https://phil-stat-wars.com/schedule/.

In October, instead of our monthly meeting, I invite you to a P-value debate on October 15 sponsored by the National Institute of Statistical Science, with J. Berger, D. Mayo, and D. Trafimow. Register at https://www.niss.org/events/statistics-debate.

 

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