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Interesting point: Are Bayesian papers more likely to explicitly declare their effect size in their Abstracts? I wonder.

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May 25, 2016 at 2:45 pm

Maybe we’re reading difference sources, but in my experience ‘popular coverage’ usually does include an effect size — it maybe gets less attention than the binary yes/no finding (which typically goes right in the headline), but it’s there. The WaPo blog Andrew links, for example, devotes a paragraph to stating the effect size and another one to contextualizing it.

The paper itself doesn’t bury the the effect size either — it’s right there in the second sentence of the abstract — and I don’t feel like I encounter many that do.

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May 25, 2016 at 2:16 pm

If your mindset is all fixed around NHST it pretty much demands that you segment your data into groups even if there is a perfectly reasonable continuous structure, it really damages people’s brains into thinking (I’ve got to define two groups so I can find out whether there’s a difference in average between them according to Stata!)

If on the other hand you are thinking in a model based way about how the pre-class grade/score informs what you found in your results, it becomes obvious that *at every point* along the “x axis” (GPA/ACT score) there’s a potential difference between the two groups which is subject to measurement error… and off you go towards fitting curves and seeing whether in some portion of the continuum there’s a sufficiently large and consistent difference to call it out. It also makes it clear how to use a Bayesian result: from the samples, compute the difference *in the curves* not *in the coefficients* (hence spaghetti plots of differences).

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May 25, 2016 at 12:58 pm

Here’s a little experiment I did recently. Generate a normally-distributed set of values, say with mean = 0.0 and sd = 1.0. Use the observed sample mean and sd to compute the p-value of the result. Then repeat, say, 1000 times. Now you have an approximation to the distribution of p-values. And it’s not remotely normal.

In fact, it’s linear. So most of your statistical intuitions about its properties are going to be wildly wrong.

(BTW, if you compute those p-values using the actual theoretical sd (that is, 1.0) instead of the sample sd, the distribution is quite different and more centralized.)

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May 25, 2016 at 1:24 pm

You expect p-values to be uniformly distributed under the null, no?

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