A promising treatment for Covid-19 comes from a most unusual source - an anti-depressant treatment. Is the evidence compelling? What should we believe?
Tag: bayes factor
No. 16: Beware Caesar – Alcohol Consumption and Alzheimer’s Disease
Published research from respectable journals and reported by renowned press outlets can be very misleading and of questionable importance. But it helps keep funding for the researchers and readership for the news media.
No. 10 – Always do Subgroup IDENTIFICATION
You may have heard, “Always do subgroup analysis, but never believe them.” Don't believe this.
No. 9: Case Study – Genetic Subgroups and CV Disease
The over-reliance on p-values can lead to misinterpretation of data and a $150 million bet on a subgroup with scant evidence.
No. 8: Let’s Get Real – Bayes and Biomarkers
How do we know when an observed effect is real or spurious?
No. 7: What does p<0.05 mean anyway?
Some people say, "A p-value=0.05 is not very much evidence against the null hypothesis." Well then, how much evidence is it?
No. 6: Détente – The Peaceful Co-Existence of Significance Levels and Bayes
pr(B|A) ≠ 1 – pr(A|B). Why do we act like it ?!