[From the blog, “Gazing into the Abyss of P-Hacking: HARKing vs. Optional Stopping” by Angelika Stefan and Felix Schönbrodt, posted at Felix Schönbrodt’s website at http://www.nicebread.de%5D “Now, what does a researcher do when confronted with messy, non-significant results? According to several…Read More
[From Felix Schönbrodt’s Twitter account, @nicebread303] “The p-hacker app just UNLOCKED the most requested PRO FEATURE: Subgroup analyses!!!” “Check if you can find the effect for, say, young males. This is soo theoretically interesting. Now you can get the p-hacking…Read More
[The following is an adaption of (and in large parts identical to) a recent blog post by Anne Scheel that appeared on The 100% CI .] Many, probably most empirical scientists use frequentist statistics to decide if a hypothesis should be rejected…Read More
(NOTE: This ironic blog post was originally published on http://www.nicebread.de/introducing-p-hacker/) My Dear Fellow Scientists! “If you torture the data long enough, it will confess.” This aphorism, attributed to Ronald Coase, sometimes has been used in a dis-respective manner, as if…Read More
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