Phil Stat Forum: November 19: Stephen Senn, “Randomisation and Control in the Age of Coronavirus?”

For information about the Phil Stat Wars forum and how to join, see this post and this pdf. 


Readings:

For related posts on randomization by Stephen Senn, see these guest posts from this blog:

Slides and Video Links:

Stephen Senn’s slides: Randomisation and Control in the Age of Coronavirus

Stephen Senn’s presentation:

Discussion on Senn’s presentation:

 

*Meeting 11 of our the general Phil Stat series which began with the LSE Seminar PH500 on May 21

 

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