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Message posted on 01/11/2020

Phil Stat Forum Meeting (virtual), Nov 19: Stephen Senn

Topic: Philosophy of Statistics (Phil Stat) Forum-November 19 Meeting

From: D. Mayo, Dept. of Philosophy, Virginia Tech

The next meeting of our monthly remote Phil Stat forum: *The Statistics

Wars and Their Casualties (link to website ) is on November 19: 15-16:45 London time; 10-11:45 a.m. New York City (Eastern time). The presenter will be:

Stephen Senn

"Randomization and Control in the Age of Coronavirus?”

 You can find more *information about this meeting*, including the

abstract, mini-bio, and readings on this meeting post

. If you’re interested in constructively engaging with us, please see the background information, goals, and *directions for being included in this pdf.

Please try to send the requested information 1 week prior to the meeting.* (If you’ve previously attended one of our meetings, you will automatically be notified of the zoom link a few days before the meeting and shouldn’t reapply.)

 *Upcoming talks* will include Deborah Mayo (Philosophy, Virginia Tech,

December 19, 2020); and Alexander Bird (Philosophy, King’s College London, January 28, 2021). You can find a schedule of upcoming speakers on this page .

 *Previous meetings,* in October, we replaced our monthly meeting with

a P-value debate, “The Statistics Debate!” (hosted and sponsored by the National Institute of Statistical Sciences) between J. Berger, D. Mayo, and D. Trafimow with debate host, D. Jeske, which was recorded here . You can find a recording of our September 24 meeting along with Richard Morey’s slides “Bayes Factors from all Sides: Who’s worried, Who’s Not, and Why” on this post


  Some reflections (by Mayo) on the meaning of “the statistical crises

and their casualties” are in this post

on .

  We would be very grateful if you informed people who might be

interested. We have tried to avoid double posting and apologize for duplications.

 We hope to see you on November 19.


 D. Mayo

***The forum, started in August, is beginning with participants of a workshop, The Statistics Wars and Their Casualties, that was to have been held at the London School of Economics last summer (and hopefully will occur in 2021).

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