Sunday data/statistics link roundup (3/25)

  1. The psychologist whose experiment didn’t replicate then went off on the scientists who did the replication experiment is at it again. I don’t see a clear argument about the facts of the matter in his post, just more name calling. This seems to be a case study in what not to do when your study doesn’t replicate. More on “conceptual replication” in there too. 
  2. Berkeley is running a data science course with instructors Jeff Hammerbacher and Mike Franklin, I looked through the notes and it looks pretty amazing. Stay tuned for more info about my applied statistics class which starts this week. 
  3. A cool article about Factual, one of the companies whose sole mission in life is to collect and distribute data. We’ve linked to them before. We are so out ahead of the Times on this one…
  4. This isn’t statistics related, but I love this post about Jeff Bezos. If we all indulged our inner 11 year old a little more, it wouldn’t be a bad thing. 
  5. If you haven’t had a chance to read Reeves guest post on the Mayo Supreme Court decision yet, you should, it is really interesting. A fascinating intersection of law and statistics is going on in the personalized medicine world right now. 
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