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John K. Kruschke
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Early bird registration rates end April 30. Bayesian data analysis.
http://www.indiana.edu/~jkkteach/WorkshopTexasStatsCamp2015.html
Many fields of science are transitioning from null hypothesis significance testing (NHST) to Bayesian data analysis. Bayesian analysis provides rich information about the relative credibilities of all candidate parameter values for any descriptive model of the data, without reference to p values ...
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In classical analysis of variance (ANOVA), data with unequal samples sizes in the different cells can be a headache. These are often called "unbalanced" designs. But Bayesian analysis works identically for unbalanced designs ...
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In an opinion article [here] titled "Is the call to abandon p-values the red herring of the replicability crisis?", Victoria Savalei and Elizabeth Dunn concluded, "at present we lack empirical evidence that encouraging resear...
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The 2nd Edition of Doing Bayesian Data Analysis will be available in early or mid November, 2014. The book is completely re-written from cover to cover, with loads of new material, and all new programs. For complete informati...
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Do you know where I can find data of (anonymized) individuals that includes health measures such as blood pressure or bmi, or income, and political party affiliation, and religious affiliation, etc.? More generally, I'm looking for realistic data to demonstrate two-factor ANOVA. (Predicted variable must be truly metric, not proportions or counts. Predictors should be truly nominal, not levels of a metric variable.)
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Just saw this... Have you tried the General Social Survey?
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Power is of two kinds (or: Gandhi, power, fear, love, and statistics)
In the chapter of DBDA2E on Goals, Power, and Sample Size (p. 384), I quoted the Mahatma Gandhi: "Power is of two kinds. One is obtained by the fear of punishment and the other by arts of love. Power based on love is a thous...
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Courses in Bayesian statistics.
June and July courses in Bayesian statistics. A full list of workshops in doing Bayesian data analysis is here. Upcoming workshops include these: 2015 June 1 - 5. Five-day course: Doing Bayesian Data Analysis, at Stats Camp...
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Journal bans null hypothesis significance tests.
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Here for link to publisher with 30% discount. The hardcover print book of DBDA2E is finally back in stock at the publisher. Go here for a link to the publisher that has a 30% discount.
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In a post of a few hours ago, I pointed out that I was having trouble getting p values to agree for two different methods. Thanks to a suggestion from a reader, there is a resolution: The p values should not agree. This was a...
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    Psychology (Cognitive/Experimental), 1990
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