Scanning dead salmon in fMRI machine highlights risk of red herrings
Neuroscientists put a dead salmon into an fMRI machine as a test object, and turned it into a …
What to do with stubborn p-values that don’t get below 0.05? It’s harder to publish so-called ‘negative results’ than the ‘positive -significant- results’. This is how colleagues tried to solve that, by making their p>0.05 sound interesting after all.
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