statistical significance

January 11 Forum: “Statistical Significance Test Anxiety” : Benjamini, Mayo, Hand

Here are all the slides along with the video from the 11 January Phil Stat Forum with speakers: Deborah G. Mayo, Yoav Benjamini and moderator/discussant David Hand.

D. Mayo                 Y. Benjamini.           D. Hand

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“Should Science Abandon Statistical Significance?” Session at AAAS Annual Meeting, Feb 18

Karen Kafadar, Yoav Benjamini, and Donald Macnaughton will be in a session:

Should Science Abandon Statistical Significance?

Friday, Feb 18 from 2-2:45 PM (EST) at the AAAS 2022 annual meeting.

The general program is here. To register*, go to this page.

Synopsis

The concept of statistical significance is central in scientific research. However, the concept is often poorly understood and thus is often unfairly criticized. This presentation includes three independent but overlapping arguments about the usefulness of the concept of statistical significance to reliably detect “effects” in frontline scientific research data. We illustrate the arguments with examples of scientific importance from genomics, physics, and medicine. We explain how the concept of statistical significance provides a cost-efficient objective way to empower scientific research with evidence.

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