Error Statistics Philosophy: Blog Contents (6 years) [i]
By: D. G. Mayo
Dear Reader: It’s hard to believe I’ve been blogging for six years (since Sept. 3, 2011)! A big celebration is taking place at the Elbar Room this evening. If you’re in the neighborhood, stop by for some Elba Grease.
Amazingly, this old typewriter not only still works; one of the whiz kids on Elba managed to bluetooth it to go directly from my typewriter onto the blog (I never got used to computer keyboards.) I still must travel to London to get replacement ribbons for this klunker.
Please peruse the offerings below, and take advantage of some of the super contributions and discussions by guest posters and readers! I don’t know how much longer I’ll continue blogging–I’ve had to cut back this past year (sorry)–but at least until the publication of my book “Statistical Inference as Severe Testing: How to Get Beyond the Statistics Wars” (CUP, 2018). After that I plan to run conferences, workshops, and ashrams on PhilStat and PhilSci, and I will invite readers to take part! Keep reading and commenting. Sincerely, D. Mayo
- (9/3) Frequentists in Exile: The Purpose of this Blog
- (9/3) Overheard at the comedy hour at the Bayesian retreat
- (9/4) Drilling Rule #1
- (9/9) Kuru
- (9/13) In Exile, Clinging to Old Ideas?
- (9/15) SF conferences & E. Lehmann
- (9/16) Getting It Right But for the Wrong Reason
- (9/20) A Highly Anomalous Event
- (9/23) LUCKY 13 (Critcisms)
- (9/26) Whipping Boys and Witch Hunters
- (9/29) Part 1: Imaginary scientist at an imaginary company, Prionvac, and an imaginary reformer
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