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Justin Reich
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Justin Reich Sep 29
Andrew Gelman is one of the people leading the charge for reform, his blog is great:
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Justin Reich Sep 29
Quantitative and statistical research practices will change substantially
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Justin Reich Sep 29
qualitatively oriented design research is unlikely to change much, because so little of it depends upon statistical testing...
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Justin Reich Sep 29
I think we're living through a paradigm shift in social science research...
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Justin Reich Sep 29
but NHST and frequentist statistics may be a lost cause, and people are pursing Bayesian alternatives...
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Justin Reich Sep 29
revised approaches to frequentist, null hypothesis statistical testing (reporting effect sizes and CIs over pvalues)...
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Justin Reich Sep 29
pre-registration of studies, open posting of pre-registration, intentional efforts to reduce researcher degrees of freedom
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Justin Reich Sep 29
yes very much so. Lots of discussion and interest in figuring out how we can hold ourselves accountable to better practices
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jonathan r. werner Sep 29
Where will you be from 11/2-4? It had BETTER be in Boston for Innovation Summit. FMI and Register
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Mimi Ito Sep 28
Irrationally happy about our lineup at this year, and having my community descend on next week
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Justin Reich Sep 28
university
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Justin Reich Sep 26
also, when the bearded guy in the audience ducks, you can knock him out...
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DML Research Hub Sep 26
"It takes more than just access to an internet connection to benefit from online resources"
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Stephanie M. Lee Sep 26
Remember that viral TED talk about "power poses"? Now one of the paper's authors says it's a farce:
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Justin Reich Sep 26
well, if you commute through Alewife you will, but I don't think many of the other stations have something...
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Joshua S Goodman Sep 26
Finally public! Exciting new work w Mandy Pallais & : "Does Online Delivery Increase Access to Education?"
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Justin Reich Sep 26
we have it in Boston, but we have it for a few hundred bikes in one or two stations, not thousands of bikes in all stations
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Justin Reich Sep 26
Great article on digital divides in higher education , with comments from and Di Xu from Irvine
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Justin Reich Sep 26
And the general thrust of the argument made again in the Atlantic three days ago
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Justin Reich Sep 26
That slide was originally created for a 2008 HGSE conference talk. Published last year in Science
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