Monthly Archives: November 2017

The “I” and the “You” of It All

Somewhere in my teaching career, now 35 years of it, “I” and “You” as grammatical subjects disappeared from my classroom vocabulary.  For instance, “I” don’t need you (the student) to understand this particular concept. “You” (the student) (in my opinion) … Continue reading

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This Is What “Power = .006” Looks Like.

My current screen saver is this graphic: I found it on Andrew Gelman’s blog here.  The red areas are based on an alpha (probability of rejecting a null hypothesis) of 0.05.  A recent paper (preprint) endorsed/authored by a fat paragraph of … Continue reading

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