A Dirty Dozen: Twelve P-Value Misconceptions
In 1926 the statistician and geneticist R.A. Fisher wrote down the following words: Personally, the writer prefers to …
The New England Journal of Medicine published a three-part series on Conflict of interest. The author, Lisa Rosembaum, shares her thoughts on this topic and tries to incite the reader with critical questions on the issue’s what and why.
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