When Should You Make a Plot of p-values? Never.

2 thoughts on “When Should You Make a Plot of p-values? Never.”

  1. Wow! The quote you include from the magnetic field researcher is pretty appalling: ““Blackman was trying to figure out why fields with frequencies of fifteen, forty-five, seventy-five, and a hundred and five hertz should have such a strong effect on calcium-ion outflow from chick-brain tissue, while fields of thirty, sixty, and ninety hertz produced only a weak effect.” He’s like Skinner’s
    randomly stimulated pigeons.

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