Phil Stat Forum

January 11: Phil Stat Forum (remote): Statistical Significance Test Anxiety

Special Session of the (remote)
Phil Stat Forum:

11 January 2022

“Statistical Significance Test Anxiety”

TIME: 15:00-17:00 (London, GMT); 10:00-12:00 (EST)

Presenters: Deborah Mayo (Virginia Tech) &
Yoav Benjamini (Tel Aviv University)

Moderator: David Hand (Imperial College London)

Deborah Mayo       Yoav Benjamini        David Hand

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January 11: Phil Stat Forum (remote)

Special Session of the (remote)
Phil Stat Forum:

11 January 2022

“Statistical Significance Test Anxiety”

TIME: 15:00-17:00 (London, GMT); 10:00-12:00 (EST)

Presenters: Deborah Mayo (Virginia Tech) &
Yoav Benjamini (Tel Aviv University)

Moderator: David Hand (Imperial College London)

Deborah Mayo       Yoav Benjamini        David Hand


Focus of the Session: 

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Bayesian philosophers vs Bayesian statisticians: Remarks on Jon Williamson

While I would agree that there are differences between Bayesian statisticians and Bayesian philosophers, those differences don’t line up with the ones drawn by Jon Williamson in his presentation to our Phil Stat Wars Forum (May 20 slides). I hope Bayesians (statisticians, or more generally, practitioners, and philosophers) will weigh in on this. 

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Categories: Phil Stat Forum, stat wars and their casualties

Mayo Casualties of O-Bayesianism and Williamson response

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After Jon Williamson’s talk, Objective Bayesianism from a Philosophical Perspective, at the PhilStat forum on May 22, I raised some general “casualties” encountered by objective, non-subjective or default Bayesian accounts, not necessarily Williamson’s. I am pasting those remarks below, followed by some additional remarks and the video of his responses to my main kvetches. Continue reading

Categories: frequentist/Bayesian, objective Bayesians, Phil Stat Forum

April 22 “How an information metric could bring truce to the statistics wars” (Daniele Fanelli)

The eighth meeting of our Phil Stat Forum*:

The Statistics Wars
and Their Casualties

22 April 2021

TIME: 15:00-16:45 (London); 10:00-11:45 (New York, EST)

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Categories: Phil Stat Forum, replication crisis, stat wars and their casualties

Reminder: February 18 “Testing with models that are not true” (Christian Hennig)

The sixth meeting of our Phil Stat Forum*:

The Statistics Wars
and Their Casualties

18 February, 2021

TIME: 15:00-16:45 (London); 10-11:45 a.m. (New York, EST)

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February 18 “Testing with models that are not true” (Christian Hennig)

The sixth meeting of our Phil Stat Forum*:

The Statistics Wars
and Their Casualties

18 February, 2021

TIME: 15:00-16:45 (London); 10-11:45 a.m. (New York, EST)

For information about the Phil Stat Wars forum and how to join, click on this link. 

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Testing with Models that Are Not True

Christian Hennig

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January 28 Phil Stat Forum “How Can We Improve Replicability?” (Alexander Bird)

The fifth meeting of our Phil Stat Forum*:

The Statistics Wars
and Their Casualties

28 January, 2021

TIME: 15:00-16:45 (London); 10-11:45 a.m. (New York, EST)

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“How can we improve replicability?”

Alexander Bird 

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

Information and directions for joining our forum are here.

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Categories: Announcement, bayes factors, Error Statistics, Phil Stat Forum, Richard Morey

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