After months of relentless rain and wind, today London felt suddenly and inexorably whalloped over the head by spring. Complete with Disney-style stars and birds orbiting its head. Our garden has gone ballistic with spring bulbs. Normally for every ten … Continue reading →
In a post on the issue of preregistration in science, statistician and political scientist Andrew Gelman writes (my emphasis) that: I support proposals in psychology and political science to allow preregistration to be done in an open way. I just wouldn’t want preregistration to be required, indeed the concept of preregistration would seem to me […]The post Preregistration For Data Science? appeared first on Neuroskeptic.
#SPARCS2014 Day 1Hi Mia!Looking forward to the upcoming SPARCS conference in June! We’ll be in Newport, Rhode Island from June 20-22, 2014 with the live audience doing the play-by-play (my dad is going to have to give me baseball reporting tips beforehand), but ANYONE on planet Earth can watch the conference live for free! Each day of the conference is dedicated to one general topic, and that's not something you often see at conferences. Usually, one person gives a keynote, maybe