National Institute of Statistical Sciences (NISS)

Is it impossible to commit Type I errors in statistical significance tests? (i)

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While immersed in our fast-paced, remote, NISS debate (October 15) with J. Berger and D. Trafimow, I didn’t immediately catch all that was said by my co-debaters (I will shortly post a transcript). We had all opted for no practice. But  looking over the transcript, I was surprised that David Trafimow was indeed saying the answer to the question in my title is yes. Here are some excerpts from his remarks: Continue reading

Categories: D. Trafimow, J. Berger, National Institute of Statistical Sciences (NISS), Testing Assumptions | 29 Comments

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