## In favor of method diversity by the non-use of giants

I had the impression that, since recognition of [problem] dates back at least to [person from a long time ago], there was a voluminous literature and [statistics to deal with…

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# Monthly Archives: October 2015

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In favor of method diversity by the non-use of giants

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Polygenic traits and the distribution of effect sizes: years of education from Rietveld et al (2013)

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A general conspiracy theory factor

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Empirical math, or how experiments can increase our confidence in mathematical conclusions despite access to formal proofs

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Some methods for measuring and correcting for spatial autocorrelation

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Email exchange with ‘cognitive neuroscience researcher’ Jayl Feynman

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Researcher degrees of freedom as sensitivity analysis

I had the impression that, since recognition of [problem] dates back at least to [person from a long time ago], there was a voluminous literature and [statistics to deal with…

It is often said that polygenic traits are based on tons of causal variants each of which has a very small effect size. What is less often discussed is the…

The topic came up whether people who believe in one conspiracy theory also believe in other theories. Probably, but let's find some data! I found some data in this paper…

Earlier posts: Something about certainty, proofs in math, induction/abduction, Is the summed cubes equal to the squared sum of counting integer series? The things I'm going to say for math…

Published to The Winnower 2015/10/20. A properly formatted PDF of this paper can be downloaded here (not sized to A4 sheets). Abstract Two new approaches to spatial autocorrelation (SAC) were…

Some readers may have fun reading this. I have not edited anything. Due to the conversion some extra lines were added, but his emails genuinely contains lots of oddly placed…

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sensitivity_analysis Researcher degrees of freedom refer to the choices researchers make when conducting a study. There are many choices to be made, where to collect data, which variables to include,…