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Just google “Despite limited statistical power”

Here it is. It’s not always clear what people mean by this expression, but sometimes it seems that they’re making the “What does not kill my statistical significance makes it stronger” fallacy, thinking that the attainment of statistical significance is a particular feat in the context of a noisy study, so that they’re (mistakenly) thinking […] The post Just google “Despite limited statistical power” appeared first on Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science.
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