Jim Delaney points to this tutorial by F. Perry Wilson on why the use of a “p less than 0.05” threshold does not imply a false positive rate of 5%, even if all the assumptions of the model are true. This is standard stuff but it’s always good to see it one more time. Delaney […] The post 0.05 is a joke appeared first on Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and…