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'One-size-fits-all’ threshold for P values under fire

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In a previous update (here's the link) we reported a compelling article from Nature News that discussed the caveats and possible fallacies of "classical" 0,05 p-value as a threshold to define significancy in experimental results. 

If, on one hand, lowering this threshold might be a feasible solution to avoid the plague of false evidences, other scientists pointed out that a better solution could be making scientists explain the use of specific p-values while discussing their data.

Link to Nature News

Last modified on Monday, 29 January 2018 09:38
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