Listening to the #StatisticsDebate. Strong opening by that p-values should be used. Now Jim Berger is talking about how they are misunderstood. True, but there is no evidence any alternative method will do better.
Our statistics debate would never be so uncivilized. I hope you'll tune in Oct 15.
The Statistics Debate October 15, 2020 Noon - 2 pm ET Hosted & Sponsored by the National Institutes of Statistical Sciences (NISS) Website: Debate Host: Dan Jeske (University of California, Riverside)
We are honored to bring together three professors (Dr.Deborah Mayo from , Dr.Jim Berger from , and Dr.David Trafimow from ) in the NISS Statistics Debate that will take place on October 15! RSVP:
The Statistics Debate! Who else is going to watch this? And how will we fight about it here? #StatsFight?
Deborah Mayo (), Professor of Philosophy : ''Science should not reject the falsification or testing view & It is also wrong to suppose that banning p-value would diminish p-hacking.'' RSVP for NISS Statistics Debate on Oct. 15:
Looking forward to hearing this debate! The Statistics Debate October 15, 2020 NOON - 2 pm ET Hosted & Sponsored by the National Institutes of Statistical Sciences (NISS) Website
P-value Debate Flyer
"The Statistics Debate", they're calling it. J. Berger, D. Mayo, D. Trafimow
Looking for to hearing the p-value, Bayes, replication debate today hosted by the National Institute for Statistical Science
Where to find "The Statistics Debate" (now or after its recording is posted): HT