# Tag: Announcement

## Summer Seminar in PhilStat: July 28-Aug 11

Please See New Information for Summer Seminar in PhilStat

## New Course Starts Tomorrow: Current Debates on Statistical Inference and Modelings: Joint Phil and Econ

I will post items on a new PhilStat Spring 19 page on this blogI

## Mayo-Spanos Summer Seminar PhilStat: July 28-Aug 11, 2019: Instructions for Applying Now Available

INSTRUCTIONS FOR APPLYING ARE NOW AVAILABLE
See the Blog at SummerSeminarPhilStat

## Summer Seminar PhilStat: July 28-Aug 11, 2019 (ii)

First draft of PhilStat Announcement

## Summer Seminar PhilStat: July 28-Aug 11, 2019

First draft of PhilStat Announcement

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## The Meaning of My Title: Statistical Inference as Severe Testing: How to Get Beyond the Statistics Wars

Excerpts from the Preface: The Statistics Wars:  Today’s “statistics wars” are fascinating: They are at once ancient and up to the minute. They reflect disagreements on one of the deepest, oldest, philosophical questions: How do humans learn about the world despite threats of error due to incomplete and variable data? At the same time, they […]

## New Warning: Proceed With Caution Until the “Alt Stat Approaches” are Evaluated

I predicted that the degree of agreement behind the ASA’s “6 principles” on p-values , partial as it was,was unlikely to be replicated when it came to most of the “other approaches” with which some would supplement or replace significance tests– notably Bayesian updating, Bayes factors, or likelihood ratios (confidence intervals are dual to hypotheses tests). [My […]

## Cover/Itinerary of Statistical Inference as Severe Testing: How to Get Beyond the Statistics Wars

SNEAK PREVIEW: Here’s the cover of Statistical Inference as Severe Testing: How to Get Beyond the Statistics Wars: It should be out in July 2018. The “Itinerary”, generally known as the Table of Contents, is below. I forgot to mention that this is not the actual pagination, I don’t have the page proofs yet. These […]