IMC: Andrew Gelman, “The Statistical Crisis in Science” this Friday, 10/14 at 12:00 PM Eastern

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 S (Sign) and Type M (Magnitude) Errors”
http://www.stat.columbia.edu/~gelman/research/published/retropower_final.pdf

“Disagreements about the Strength of Evidence”
http://www.stat.columbia.edu/~gelman/research/published/ChanceEthics12.pdf

To tune in to the presentation and participate in the discussion after the talk, visit http://www.methods-colloquium.com/ and click “Watch Now!” on the day of the talk. To register for the talk in advance, click here:

https://riceuniversity.zoom.us/webinar/register/6272124085322b4fdc2040ba88984b7b

The IMC uses Zoom, which is free to use for listeners and works on PCs, Macs, and iOS and Android tablets and phones. You can be a part of the talk from anywhere around the world with access to the Internet. The presentation and Q&A will last for a total of one hour.

About Justin Esarey

Associate Professor of Political Science at Rice University.
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3 Responses to IMC: Andrew Gelman, “The Statistical Crisis in Science” this Friday, 10/14 at 12:00 PM Eastern

  1. Fr. says:

    Hi ~ Sorry if this is an obvious question, but I am unfamiliar with the software used: Will there be a backup of the talk to view later, for those of us who cannot watch the talk live?

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