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March 24, 2014

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3:30 PM | Empirical implications of Empirical Implications of Theoretical Models
Robert Bloomfield writes: Most of the people in my field (accounting, which is basically applied economics and finance, leavened with psychology and organizational behavior) use ‘positive research methods’, which are typically described as coming to the data with a predefined theory, and using hypothesis testing to accept or reject the theory’s predictions. But a substantial […]The post Empirical implications of Empirical Implications of Theoretical Models appeared […]
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3:00 PM | On deck this week
OK, I’ve given up on theme weeks. I have enough saved-up material to do it, and it wouldn’t be too much trouble to group the scheduled posts into themes, but there doesn’t really seem to be a point. I say this because, having looked at the comment threads from the past few weeks, the comments […]The post On deck this week appeared first on Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science.
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2:35 PM | A Reptile Dysfunction: Unlikely Sources of Salmonella
Salmonella may well be one of the most disreputable microbes in Western society. It’s infamous for its food-poisoning capabilities and has a well known history of wrecking the bonhomous vibe following a good summer barbecue, not to mention its singular ability to cast a sickly shadow over the breathtaking bounty of an all-you-can-eat buffet. While […]The post A Reptile Dysfunction: Unlikely Sources of Salmonella appeared first on Body Horrors.
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1:54 PM | ToDiGRA: Nordic DiGRA Special Issue
After some technical delays, the special ToDiGRA journal issue based on the Nordic DiGRA 2012 conference best papers is now online. You can find the table of contents below, and the direct link to journal is: http://todigra.org/index.php/todigra/issue/view/2 Transactions of Digital Games … Continue reading →
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1:00 PM | On deck this month
Actually, more like the next month and a half . . . I just have this long backlog so I thought I might as well share it with you: Empirical implications of Empirical Implications of Theoretical Models A statistical graphics course and statistical graphics advice What property is important in a risk prediction model? Discrimination […]The post On deck this month appeared first on Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science.
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