Tag Archives: R. A. Fisher

p-values

To Glasgow on Monday for the 36th Fisher Memorial Lecture, Stephen Senn talking on “And thereby hangs a tail (the strange history of p-values)”. p-values have taken a bit of a hammering lately. I understand that they are being blamed … Continue reading

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Rothamsted

I had indirect information about Rothamsted Experimental Station long before I visited or learned about the real thing. In Aldous Huxley’s utopian novel Island, which I read while a student in Australia, the island of Pala has an experimental station … Continue reading

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