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Ken Rothman
JAMA rejected this letter from my colleagues & me ("low priority"), so we're publishing on twitter, hoping JAMA will take it more seriously.
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Marcus Munafò May 9
Post it on then anyone who reads the abstract there will also see your comment.
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Marcus Munafò May 9
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Ken Rothman May 9
Thanks. We'll do that.
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Jack O'Sullivan May 9
Replying to @ken_rothman
Interesting topic, did The ASA give advice on how to report boarderline p values? I fear we might slip into trouble of 'approaching signf'
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John M Hancock May 9
Wonder what their level of confidence was that it's low priority
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Andrew Noymer May 9
Agree it's silly to set aside this potentially-impt finding, but do you feel that ITT is the wrong analysis in this case? cc:
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Ken Rothman May 9
No, not wrong, but it comes with a price, which is underestimation of the effect.
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Lucy 🌻 May 9
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Cal vs JunkFood May 9
More hacks. Lead author and co-collaborator long time dairy industry (vit d fortified) sell outs
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Philip Stark May 9
OTOH, might be a good surrogate for what would happen @ pop level if doctors advised patients to take those supplements: <100% compliance
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Shub May 9
Replying to @ken_rothman
But doesn't the OR cross 1 as well? 🤔
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Shub May 9
Replying to @ken_rothman
Sorry, HR.
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Free-quent Flyer May 9
Replying to @ken_rothman
Isn't that such a preposterous result that much *more* evidence should be required before it's reported, Bayes-wise?
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Rene Sugar May 9
Replying to @ken_rothman @mattmight
Elevated kynurenine levels in metabolic syndrome and T2D suppress the immune system. Would affect results.
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Rene Sugar May 9
Replying to @ken_rothman @mattmight
Vitamin D crucial to activating immune defenses - University of Copenhagen
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Dean Eckles May 9
Replying to @ken_rothman
Agreed! Also suggest screenshots from view without spellchecker underlines...
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Daniyal Jafree May 9
Replying to @ken_rothman @rburdine1
Sorry, pls someone explain this to me? In medical school we only learn that because p > 0.05 or CI has 1 in it, it means non-significance?
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Ken Rothman May 9
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Rebecca Burdine May 9
Otherwise known as throwing the baby out with the bathwater.
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