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Nearing Convergence

I’ve been rereading our class blog – so many great pieces and smart colleagues doing interesting work – and I’m dangerously close to getting nostalgic as we come to the end of the term here. Some final thoughts: As much … Continue reading

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Statistical Musings

With kudos to Tim and Lynn for tackling AIC, I am deferring Jarrett’s challenge to us to consider the philosophical aspects of AIC and p-values for now, but will share some recent musings that fall somewhere under the “philosophy of … Continue reading

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How BIOL 607 Warps the Worldview of Unsuspecting Students

One of the intellectually fun aspects of taking BIOL 607 is that the course has me considering statistics and probability everywhere. Often it is in the context of reading some news story and then questioning the design of the study … Continue reading

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