5 December Seminar:
The 5 Dec. seminar will revert to its usual 10a.m.-12p.m. time slot. My discussion will be: “Philosophy of Statistics: Learning from D.R. Cox” (SLIDES).
- Mayo, D. and D. R. Cox (2011) “Statistical Scientist Meets a Philosopher of Science: A Conversation with Sir David Cox.” Rationality, Markets and Morals (RMM), 2, Special Topic: Statistical Science and Philosophy of Science, 103-114.
- Mayo, D. and Cox, D. (2010). “Frequentist Statistics as a Theory of Inductive Inference” in Error and Inference: Recent Exchanges on Experimental Reasoning, Reliability and the Objectivity and Rationality of Science (D Mayo and A. Spanos eds.), Cambridge: Cambridge University Press: 1-27. This paper appeared in The Second Erich L. Lehmann Symposium: Optimality, 2006, Lecture Notes-Monograph Series, Volume 49, Institute of Mathematical Statistics, pp. 247-275.
12 December 2012 Seminar:
Professor Stephen Senn will be here, traveling from Luxemberg just for our seminar. I will post related work, but I also plan to squeeze in something people have asked about: recipes for computing error probabilities, size, power, and severity. I may need to update this link for next week, but here it is:
Some Recipes and Exercises With Tests, Type I and Type II errors, Size, Power, and Severity