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My online talk this Friday noon for the Political Methods Colloquium: The Statistical Crisis in Science

Justin Esarey writes: This Friday, October 14th at noon Eastern time, the International Methods Colloquium will inaugurate its Fall 2016 series of talks with a presentation by Andrew Gelman of Columbia University. Professor Gelman’s presentation is titled “The Statistical Crisis in Science.” The presentation will draw on these two papers: “Beyond Power Calculations: Assessing Type […] The post My online talk this Friday noon for the Political Methods Colloquium: The Statistical Crisis in Science appeared first on Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science.
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