What's your p-value?

Ronald Fisher and Some Thoughts on the p-Value

One of the most discussed, debated and controversial issues in medical research is the p-value. I came across Ronald Fisher’s take on this matter in his work, Statistical Methods for the Research Worker, 1925 (the text of this work has been made available online by Christopher D. Green of the York University): “The value for which P=0.05, or 1 in 20, is 1.96 or nearly … Continue reading Ronald Fisher and Some Thoughts on the p-Value

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