When Can We Say That Something Doesn’t Work?

By Zad | 01/02/2019 | 3 Comments

When are we allowed to conclude that an intervention doesn’t work? Is it when a study or several studies fail to find significant differences?

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Book Review: Fisher, Neyman, and the Creation of Classical Statistics

By Zad | 12/29/2018 | 0 Comments

A review of Erich Lehmann’s last book, Fisher, Neyman, and the Creation of Classical Statistics.

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The Concurve Package For R

By Zad | 12/15/2018 | 0 Comments

An R package that computes thousands of compatibility intervals and their corresponding P- and S-values and plots them to produce a function.

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P-Values Are Tough And S-Values Can Help

By Zad | 11/11/2018 | 6 Comments

A discussion about what P-values are including common misinterpretations and how something called an S-value can better help us interpret P-values.

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A Critical Look At The REDUCE-IT Trial

By Zad | 11/11/2018 | 0 Comments

The results of the long-awaited REDUCE-IT trial are finally out in The New England Journal of Medicine. I take a look at the trial results and discuss implications.

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