Phil Stat Forum Schedule

[For information about this Phil Stat Wars forum and how to join, see this PDF.]

June 25, 2020 (LSE PH500 Bonus Meeting/Phil Stat Wars forum): David Hand (Dept. of Mathematics, Imperial College, London (mini-bio)) “Trustworthiness of Statistical Analysis”. (Abstract; For slides, recording & readings from this meeting, see this post.)

August 20, 2020 (15:00-16:45 (London); 10-11:45 a.m. (New York) EDT): Daniël Lakens (Human Technology Interaction group, Eindhoven University of Technology (mini-bio)) “Preregistration as a Tool to Evaluate the Severity of a Test”. (For slides, recording & readings from this meeting, see this post.)

September 24, 2020 (15:00-16:45 (London); 10-11:45 a.m. (New York) EDT): Richard Morey (School of Psychology, Cardiff University (mini-bio)). “Bayes factors from all sides: who’s worried, who’s not, and why”. (For slides, recording & readings from this meeting, see this post.)

October 15, 2020. Statistics (P-value) Debate. Sponsored by the National Institute of Statistical Science: https://www.niss.org/events/statistics-debate. (Youtube recording.)

November 19, 2020 (15:00-16:45 (London); 10-11:45 a.m. (New York) EDT): Stephen Senn (Statistical Consultant, Scotland (mini-bio)).“Randomisation and control in the age of coronavirus?”  (Abstract; For slides, recording & readings from this meeting, see this post.)

January 7, 2021 (16:00-17:30 (London); 11-12:30 (New York) EDT): Deborah Mayo (Dept. of Philosophy, Virginia Tech (mini-bio)). “Putting the Brakes on the Breakthrough, or ‘How I used simple logic to uncover a flaw in a controversial 60-year old “theorem” in statistical foundations’”. (Abstract; For slides, recording & readings from this meeting, see this post.)

January 28, 2021 (15:00-16:45 (London); 10-11:45 a.m. (New York) EDT): Alexander Bird (Dept. of Philosophy,  University of Cambridge (mini-bio)). “How can we improve replicability?” (For slides, recording & readings from this meeting, see this post.)

February 18, 2021 (15:00-16:45 (London); 10-11:45 a.m. (New York) EDT): Christian Hennig (Dept. of Statistics, University of Bologna (mini-bio)). “Testing with Models that are Not True”. (For slides, recording & readings from this meeting, see this post.)

March 25, 2021 (15:00-16:45 (London); 10-11:45 a.m. (New York) EDT): Mark Burgman (Centre for Environmental Policy, Imperial College London (mini-bio)). “How should applied science journal editors deal with statistical controversies?” (For slides, recording & readings from this meeting, see this post.)

April 22, 2021 (15:00-16:45 (London); 10-11:45 a.m. (New York) EDT): Daniele Fanelli (Dept. of Methodology, LSE (mini-bio)). “How an information metric could bring truce to the statistics wars”. (For slides, recording & readings from this meeting, see this post.)

May 20, 2021 (15:00-16:45 (London); 10-11:45 a.m. (New York) EDT): Jon Williamson (Centre for Reasoning, University of Kent (mini-bio)). “Objective Bayesianism from a philosophical perspective”. (For slides, recording & readings from this meeting, see this post.)

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June 24, 2021 (15:00-16:45 (London); 10-11:45 a.m. (New York) EDT): Katrin Hohl (Department of Sociology, City University London (mini-bio)). “Have Covid-19 lockdowns led to an increase in domestic violence? Drawing inferences from police administrative data.” (For slides, recording & readings from this meeting, see this post.)