[R] OT Really: Odds Are, It's Wrong...
johannes at huesing.name
Tue Mar 16 20:35:07 CET 2010
Dieter Menne schrieb:
> Marc Schwartz-3 wrote:
>> I thought that readers of R-Help might find the following article at
>> ScienceNews of interest:
>> Odds Are, It's Wrong
>> Science fails to face the shortcomings of statistics
>> By Tom Siegfried
>> March 27th, 2010; Vol.177 #7 (p. 26)
> Too bad the article is so long that all my p-value-greedy colleagues from
> the medical faculty won't read it.
> Journals should apply a post-hoc Bonferroni-correction by the number of
> p-values cited in an article.
The main problem is the multitude of p-value not cited. I have little
with scientists publishing all their findings with p-values (or
but big problems with people who use them as a filter.
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