Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science
All inference is about generalizing from sample to population
Measurement error in monkey studies
“I mean, what exact buttons do I have to hit?”
Improvements to Kindle Version of BDA3
“The comment section is open, but I’m not going to read them”
Workshop for Women in Machine Learning
BDA3 table of contents (also a new paper on visualization)
Job opening at an organization that promotes reproducible research!
Correcting for multiple comparisons in a Bayesian regression model
BDA3 still (I hope) at 40% off! (and a link to one of my favorite papers)
A lot of statistical methods have this flavor, that they are a solution to a mathematical problem that has been posed without a careful enough sense of whether the problem is worth solving in the first place
Somebody’s looking for a book on time series analysis in the style of Angrist and Pischke, or Gelman and Hill
BDA at 40% off!
Learning about correlations using cross-sectional and over-time comparisons between and within countries
More on AIC, WAIC, etc
Blaming scientific fraud on the Kuhnians
The robust beauty of improper linear models in decision making
Test scores and grades predict job performance (but maybe not at Google)
Fixing the race, ethnicity, and national origin questions on the U.S. Census
The birthday problem
Understanding predictive information criteria for Bayesian models
For chrissake, just make up an analysis already! We have a lab here to run, y’know?
Statistical significance and the dangerous lure of certainty