A discussion of events that transpired in the past year, where a group of surgical researchers promoted calculating post-hoc power using the observed effect size, despite warnings from several statisticians.
A look at the recent JAMA study that found an association between dietary cholesterol and cardiovascular disease incidence along with a look at the current state of research on this question.
A look at a new physiology study that claims that bare contact with the Earth can help recovery and have other physiological benefits.
When are we allowed to conclude that an intervention doesn't work? Is it when a study or several studies fail to find significant differences?
A review of Erich Lehmann's last book, Fisher, Neyman, and the Creation of Classical Statistics.
The results of the long-awaited REDUCE-IT trial are finally out in The New England Journal of Medicine. I take a look at the trial results and discuss implications.