Anyone read a really bad paper recently?
Glen M. Sizemore
gmsizemore2 at yahoo.com
Wed May 5 04:26:30 EST 2004
B: Anyone got anything really offensive, you know, no stats.
GS: FYI, there is a small minority of practicing scientists and
technologists that argue that the widespread use of null-hypothesis
statistical testing is largely misguided (p<.05).
"BilZ0r" <BilZ0r at TAKETHISOUThotmail.com> wrote in message
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> I need to write some reviewer comments on a published paper. I've found
> lots of papers which have one large glearing error, but none that have
> of little bad things, you know systemically bad, or really enough to fill
> more than 100 words.
> Anyone got anything really offensive, you know, no stats, or even better,
> in correct stats, bad grammer, self-contradictory results, or mislabeled
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