Understanding statistical analysis in PET paper
kenneth p Collins
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Tue Mar 2 17:27:21 EST 2004
"kenneth p Collins" <kpaulc at earthlink.net> wrote in message
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> > > [...]
> > I'm sorry, but I disagree with your logic here. You did
> > most of research in the 1970's, right? A lot of things
> > have happened and changed regarding how
> > people think and evaluate neuronal phenomena.
> Yeah, but I've never read a paper in Neuroscience that
> NDT doesn't 'rewrite', in a way that makes the paper
> much-more than it was when it was Published.
That's the way it's been =since= NDT imploded to
Before that, I was just cramming-data, and doing
a lot of 'juggling'-of-it - looking for the stuff that'd
Unify it all [as is briefly discussed in AoK, Ap10].
k. p. collins
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