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Lewis Halsey May 22
Reign Over! The long reign of the p-value is coming to an end, but what alternative statistical analyses are filling the power vacuum left behind? My review in Biology Letters aims to highlight tractable stats alternatives.
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ulas bagci 10m
for those who are willing to understand better what type-I and type-II errors mean, take a look at this, it is fun to learn this way :) -->
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I NEED A P 6h
likely to be significant (p=0.054)
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Paul Munnelly 3h
Ciaran Whelan, the stuttering fuck
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Magellan De Stato May 22
Thank you to my collaborator and friend Prof. Irena Spasic for this small pin to wear every day at the first day of classes
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gretl official 7h
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Kirk Borne 1h
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I NEED A P 9h
a slight tendency toward significance(p<0.08)
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jeminifi ◾️ 6h
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I NEED A P 17h
barely escaped statistical significance (p=0.07)
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Krishna Singh 13h
One of the best example of Bayesian learning is parenting!
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I NEED A P May 25
not overly significant (p>0.08)
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ЩILDCΛЯD 22h
haven't referred to a girl as 'babe' since two & a half girlfriends ago
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Kirk Borne 3h
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gretl official 7h
Hansl-Scripting-Example: "Fast Fourier Transform"
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Don Montgomery 5h
Here are the latest real estate market from Macdonald Realty on White Rock South Surrey and in April 2019
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Andrew Hanna May 25
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Kirk Borne 3h
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🔥Kareem Carr🔥 6h
Epidemiology: What should we to estimate? Statistics: How should we estimate it? Machine Learning: Huh? Have you tried switching from R to Python?
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