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To p or not to p, what is the alternative?

I started writing the previous post several weeks ago, and, of course, the ideas are not original with me, in fact, a whole recent issue of “The American Statistician” is dedicated to not just trying to eliminate talk of statistical … Continue reading

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To p or not to p, that is the question.

I can’t claim preference for this title, although I wish I could. I copied it from an article published in an ENT journal (Buchinsky FJ, Chadha NK. To P or Not to P: Backing Bayesian Statistics. Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg. … Continue reading

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To blindly go where no man….

Do we really need to blind research projects? And if so which parts of them? There is good empirical data that randomization must be masked, it is important that at the moment a patient is enrolled in a study the … Continue reading

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