- About - This may not seem too obvious, but this is a page that describes the purpose of this blog, what I usually write about, and where to go on the blog to find something.
Statistical Tools I’ve Constructed
- concurve - An
Statapackage that computes thousands of consonance (confidence) intervals and their corresponding P- and S-values and plots them to produce consonance and surprisal functions.
- S-value Calculator A calculator that converts observed P-values into S-values and offers an intuitive way to think about the observed data.
- Books - A list of books that I’m currently reading, plan on reading, and have completed. Most of the books are related to statistics and research methods and the purpose of this page is to use a sort of social accountability to make sure I finish anything I’ve started.
- Build - Details about my experience building this website and what it currently uses to stay afloat and serve content.
- Blog Roll - A list of blogs/websites that I frequently read and subscribe to.
- Trusted Sources - This is a compilation of resources (primarily databases) that provide high-quality health and science information. I will continue to update it as frequently as possible.
Interviews - Uploaded interviews from the Examine.com Research Digest of prominent researchers/methodologists who are asked about their work and their take on the state of science.
- Andrew Gelman - A discussion with statistician Andrew Gelman about reproducibility, small studies, and Bayesian statistics.
- Sander Greenland - Interview with statistician/epidemiologist Sander Greenland about various epidemiological and nutrition studies that have been published in the past few years and the mistakes that several prominent methodologists have made.