- Sunday data/statistics link roundup (6/16/13 - Father's day edition!)
- The vast majority of statistical analysis is not performed by statisticians
- False discovery rate regression (cc NSA's PRISM)
- Personalized medicine is primarily a population-health intervention
- Why not have a "future of the field" session at a conference with only young speakers?
- Raj Kanungo on What statistics should do about big data: problem forward not solution backward
- Parag Kulkarni on The vast majority of statistical analysis is not performed by statisticians
- Monika on The vast majority of statistical analysis is not performed by statisticians
- Nicola Ward Petty on The vast majority of statistical analysis is not performed by statisticians
- Noah Zimmerman on Sunday data/statistics link roundup (6/16/13 - Father's day edition!)
Tag Archives: NIH
NIH understands the importance of data and several months ago they announced this new position. Here is an excerpt from the add: The ADDS will focus on the urgent need and increased opportunities for capitalizing on the expanding collections of … Continue reading
Editor's note: With the sequestration deadline hours away, the career of many young US scientists is on the line. In this guest post, our colleague Steven Salzberg , an avid defender of NIH and its peer review process, tells us why now more … Continue reading
Editor's Note: In a recent post we disagreed with a Nature article claiming that NIH doesn't support innovation. Our colleague Steven Salzberg actually looked at the data and wrote the guest post below. Nature published an article last month with the provocative title … Continue reading
This graph shows that President Obama's proposed budget treats the NIH even worse than G.W. Bush - Sign the petition to increase NIH funding!
The NIH provides financial support for a large percentage of biological and medical research in the United States. This funding supports a large number of US jobs, creates new knowledge, and improves healthcare for everyone. So I am signing this … Continue reading