## Two very annoying statistical fallacies with p-values

Some time ago, I wrote on Reddit: There are two errors that I see quite frequently: Conclude from the fact that a statistically significant difference was found to that a…

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Two very annoying statistical fallacies with p-values

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Simpler way to correct for restriction of range?

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Correlations and likert scales: What is the bias?

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Workgroup: Doing Bayesian Data Analysis: A Tutorial Introduction with R and BUGS

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W values from the Shapiro-Wilk test visualized with different datasets

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Comments on Learning Statistics with R

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Analysis of top 200 (199) data from the Starcraft 2 European ladder

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Statistics – Dialog

Some time ago, I wrote on Reddit: There are two errors that I see quite frequently: Conclude from the fact that a statistically significant difference was found to that a…

Restriction of range is when the variance in some variable is reduced compared to the true population variance. This lowers the correlation between this variable and other variables. It is…

A person on ResearchGate asked the following question: How can I correlate ordinal variables (attitude Likert scale) with continuous ratio data (years of experience)? Currently, I am working on my…

I started a workgroup for going thru the Doing Bayesian Data Analysis: A Tutorial Introduction with R and BUGS book. See thread on forum.

For a mathematical explanation of the test, see e.g. here. However, such an explanation is not very useful for using the test in practice. Just what does a W value…

So I found a textbook for learning both elementary statistics much of which i knew but hadnt read a textbook about, and for learning R. http://health.adelaide.edu.au/psychology/ccs/teaching/lsr/ book is free legally…

Two days ago, Blizzard posted some statistical data about the top 200 (really is 199) players in Europe. I did a bit of statistical analysis on that data and made…

Malintent: 78% of all statistics are completely made up. Wyz_sub10: ...but only 31% of all people know that. Smullyan-esque: And 10 out of 9 people just can't understand statistics at…