– Sane, reasonable, . . . and wrong. Here I was going to talk about some reasonable and moderate-sounding recommendations that I think miss some key issues.
– Workflow. My plan here was to talk about my applied statistics workflow (on my mind because I just wrote up a longer version of the case study on golf putting) and then discuss connections to social science workflow.
– The insider/outsider perspective. Ironic that I got this idea from Seth, given that he was a sucker for junk science.
On the plus side, I did get a chance to talk about:
– Imagine a world . . .
– The piranha principle
– Worse than Freud
– The fallacy of the one-sided bet
– Social science as we know it is impossible, featuring 16
– The vicious cycle, and it’s our fault
– Statistics is hard
– Taking the lessons of metascience and applying them to science.