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 …
An inspiring editorial by Nature on rethinking who we consider to be heroes in science. Scientists who are celebrated for their ground-breaking achievements can have problematic personalities (such as sexism, prejudices). The opposite also exists. There are scientists who might be known less for their discoveries but who did have a huge impact on their peers, namely as inspiring role models.
Read the whole editorial here.
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