Some R functions I use to demonstrate basic stats to my students. darrinlrogers.com/2015/10/r-for-…
Now I know what statistical heaping is. Very cool. goo.gl/oAJZBN
Unsung Hero of the Conference: The Elevator Algorithm! (Also receiving award for “most inscrutable entity”). #aps15nyc
Simine Vazire: “Be prepared to un-believe your favorite results. Even your own results.” #aps15nyc
Amazing session with statisticians (and Gelman) pointing out big current problems. Suggestions for teaching stats? *crickets* #aps15nyc
(1) Not-so-Bayesian. (2) Not-so-Bayesian. (3) Gelman. OK, but… shouldn’t there have been be a Bayesian? #aps15nyc
Mayo, then Senn, and now Gelman. This isn’t as polite a statistics fight as I initially thought. #aps15nyc
Damn an entire field for ignoring science, then defend sweeping assertions with bad anecdotes? Live by the data, die by the data #aps15nyc
#aps15nyc If you’re not listening to the “philosophy of statistics” presentations, you’re missing the very polite fight of the year.
Has anyone ever tried purely random assignment of presentations to time slots? Call me crazy, but this seems doable. #aps15nyc
I found this very frank expression of joint corporate humanitarian and environmental values in my shower. #aps15nyc http://t.co/qZaX7Sqqkj
I found this very frank message about corporate humanitarian and environmental values hanging in my shower. #aps15nyc http://t.co/fDIqZeJhmW
James Pennebaker offers to reduce tenure-track & adjunct jobs even more with SMOCs. His data are pretty hard to argue with. #aps15nyc
I think I speak for all those who spent the last week grading papers when I ask, “Thann what?!” #aps15nyc http://t.co/zow0hoHYUL
Q: Are you worried that this software will be abused like SPSS often is ?
A: There’s no defense against incompetence.