1. What exactly is a “preregistration”? (statmodeling.stat.columbia.edu)
  2. “The series is inspired by Dan Ariely’s novel ‘Predictably Irrational’ . . .” (statmodeling.stat.columbia.edu)
  3. TWiV 1011: Aquatic viruses (www.microbe.tv)
  4. Maybe Paul Samuelson and his coauthors should’ve spent less time on dominance games and “boss moves” and more time actually looking out at the world that they were purportedly describing. (statmodeling.stat.columbia.edu)
  5. Covid-19 vaccination rates in the Pacific (freerangestats.info)
  6. TWiV 1010: Clinical update with Dr. Daniel Griffin (www.microbe.tv)
  7. New open access journal on visualization and interaction (statmodeling.stat.columbia.edu)
  8. The mistake comes when it is elevated from a heuristic to a principle. (statmodeling.stat.columbia.edu)
  9. Fall’s COVID Shots May Be Different in One Key Way (www.theatlantic.com)
  10. Ozempic in Teens Is a Mess (www.theatlantic.com)
  11. Effect size expectations and common method bias (statmodeling.stat.columbia.edu)
  12. Showing women proportion of Parliamentarians on a map (freerangestats.info)
  13. Computational linguist Bob Carpenter says LLMs are intelligent. Here’s why: (statmodeling.stat.columbia.edu)
  14. Principal stratification for vaccine efficacy (causal inference) (statmodeling.stat.columbia.edu)
  15. Eating Fast Is Bad for You—Right? (www.theatlantic.com)
  16. What exactly is a “representative sample”? (statmodeling.stat.columbia.edu)
  17. Is omicron natural or not – a probabilistic theory? (statmodeling.stat.columbia.edu)
  18. TWiV 1009: Nidovirus on the water (www.microbe.tv)
  19. “If you do not know what you would have done under all possible scenarios, then you cannot know the Type I error rate for your analysis.” (statmodeling.stat.columbia.edu)
  20. TWiV 1008: Clinical update with Dr. Daniel Griffin (www.microbe.tv)
  21. Did Scientists Accidentally Invent an Anti-addiction Drug? (www.theatlantic.com)
  22. What happened in the 2022 elections (statmodeling.stat.columbia.edu)
  23. Something Weird Is Going On With Melatonin (www.theatlantic.com)
  24. American Food Will Never Look Natural Again (www.theatlantic.com)
  25. Immune 68: Sins and blessings of immunity (www.microbe.tv)
  26. If you’re coming to FAccT 2023, don’t miss the world premiere performance of Recursion. (statmodeling.stat.columbia.edu)
  27. Bayesian Believers in a House of Pain? (statmodeling.stat.columbia.edu)
  28. The problems with p-values are not just with p-values. (statmodeling.stat.columbia.edu)
  29. Colonoscopy corner: Misleading reporting of intent-to-treat analysis (statmodeling.stat.columbia.edu)
  30. Decades of polling have drained the aquifer of survey participation. (statmodeling.stat.columbia.edu)
  31. Poll aggregation: “Weighting” will never do the job. You need to be able to shift the estimates, not just reweight them. (statmodeling.stat.columbia.edu)
  32. Some cool interactive covid infographics from the British Medical Journal (statmodeling.stat.columbia.edu)
  33. TWiV 1007: Fragile DNA, viruses, cancer (www.microbe.tv)
  34. Does having kids really protect you from serious COVID‑19 symptoms? (statmodeling.stat.columbia.edu)
  35. TWiV 1006: Clinical update with Dr. Daniel Griffin (www.microbe.tv)
  36. Lots of confusion around probability. It’s a jungle out there. (statmodeling.stat.columbia.edu)
  37. The political pendulum (abortion edition) (statmodeling.stat.columbia.edu)
  38. MSG Is Finally Getting Its Revenge (www.theatlantic.com)
  39. Elizabeth Holmes Isn’t Fooling Anyone (www.theatlantic.com)
  40. Your Next Mosquito Repellent Might Already Be in Your Shower (www.theatlantic.com)
  41. Physics educators do great work with innovative teaching. They should do better in evaluating evidence of effectiveness and be more open to criticism. (statmodeling.stat.columbia.edu)
  42. Stan for Pharmacometrics Day in Paris: 8 June 2023 (statmodeling.stat.columbia.edu)
  43. 23 Pandemic Decisions That Actually Went Right (www.theatlantic.com)
  44. “The market can become rational faster than you can get out” (statmodeling.stat.columbia.edu)
  45. Why do journalists make it so hard to find their email addresses? (statmodeling.stat.columbia.edu)
  46. Two talks about robust objectives for visualization design and evaluation (statmodeling.stat.columbia.edu)
  47. PhD or PostDoc position on simulation-based inference with Paul “brms” Bürkner (statmodeling.stat.columbia.edu)
  48. BDA: Bayesian Dolphin Analysis (statmodeling.stat.columbia.edu)
  49. TWiV 1005: COVID T vax and a virus from the blue (www.microbe.tv)
  50. Using the anthropic principle to think about researchers’ priors on effect sizes (statmodeling.stat.columbia.edu)
  51. TWiV 1004: Clinical update with Dr. Daniel Griffin (www.microbe.tv)
  52. Only the Emergency Has Ended (www.theatlantic.com)
  53. These corruption statistics are literally incredible! (Every political science student should read this article.) (statmodeling.stat.columbia.edu)
  54. Using predictions from arbitrary models to get tighter confidence intervals (statmodeling.stat.columbia.edu)
  55. When did the use of stylized data examples become standard practice in statistical research and teaching? (statmodeling.stat.columbia.edu)
  56. The Outer Limits of Liberalism (www.theatlantic.com)
  57. Can You Have a Fun Vacation on Ozempic? (www.theatlantic.com)
  58. Do Overdoses Look Different Now? (www.theatlantic.com)
  59. Workflow: The big picture (statmodeling.stat.columbia.edu)
  60. Immune 67: Can T cells live forever? (www.microbe.tv)
  61. Beware the Ozempic Burp (www.theatlantic.com)
  62. A Vaccine for Birth Control? (www.theatlantic.com)
  63. Carl Morris: Man Out of Time [reflections on empirical Bayes] (statmodeling.stat.columbia.edu)
  64. No One in Movies Knows How to Swallow a Pill (www.theatlantic.com)
  65. Analog computing and hybrid computing: The view from 1962. (statmodeling.stat.columbia.edu)
  66. Will COVID’s Spring Lull Last? (www.theatlantic.com)
  67. A proposal to build new hardware and thermodynamic algorithms for stochastic computing (statmodeling.stat.columbia.edu)
  68. TWiV 1003: Going clinically viral (www.microbe.tv)
  69. Knee meniscus repair: Is it useful? Potential biases in intent-to-treat studies. (statmodeling.stat.columbia.edu)
  70. TWiV 1002: Clinical update with Dr. Daniel Griffin (www.microbe.tv)
  71. A Teen Gender-Care Debate Is Spreading Across Europe (www.theatlantic.com)
  72. Long-Haulers Are Trying to Define Themselves (www.theatlantic.com)
  73. School shooters and shooter drills and statistics (statmodeling.stat.columbia.edu)
  74. Straining on the gnat of the prior distribution while swallowing the camel that is the likelihood. (Econometrics edition) (statmodeling.stat.columbia.edu)
  75. Large language model alignment “bias” and cultural consensus theory (statmodeling.stat.columbia.edu)
  76. Estimated effects of pre-K over the decades: From Cold War optimism to modern-day pessimism (statmodeling.stat.columbia.edu)
  77. We’ve Had a Cheaper, More Potent Ozempic Alternative for Decades (www.theatlantic.com)
  78. Open problem: How to make residual plots for multilevel models (or for regularized Bayesian and machine-learning predictions more generally)? (statmodeling.stat.columbia.edu)
  79. Postdoctoral position at MIT: privacy, synthetic data, fairness & causal inference (statmodeling.stat.columbia.edu)
  80. How large is the underlying coefficient? An application of the Edlin factor to that claim that “Cash Aid to Poor Mothers Increases Brain Activity in Babies” (statmodeling.stat.columbia.edu)
  81. Hey—here’s some ridiculous evolutionary psychology for you, along with some really bad data analysis. (statmodeling.stat.columbia.edu)
  82. TWiV 1001: Clinical update with Dr. Daniel Griffin (www.microbe.tv)
  83. TWiV 1000: Live from New York, 1k epitopes of virology (www.microbe.tv)
  84. Scholarships for StanCon 2023 (statmodeling.stat.columbia.edu)
  85. What’s up with that iron-fisted grip? (statmodeling.stat.columbia.edu)
  86. How animals make decisions (statmodeling.stat.columbia.edu)
  87. No, the polls did not predict “a Republican tsunami” in 2022. (statmodeling.stat.columbia.edu)
  88. Long COVID Is Being Erased—Again (www.theatlantic.com)
  89. Nutrition Research Forgot About Dads (www.theatlantic.com)
  90. Adult ADHD Is the Wild West of Psychiatry (www.theatlantic.com)
  91. Seltzer Is Torture (www.theatlantic.com)
  92. TWiV 999: Vaccinated to the nines (www.microbe.tv)
  93. TWiV 998: Clinical update with Dr. Daniel Griffin (www.microbe.tv)
  94. Immune 66: COVID-19 immune memory - what you need to know (www.microbe.tv)
  95. TWiV 997: Inside Omicron with Mohsan Saeed (www.microbe.tv)
  96. TWiV 996: Clinical update with Dr. Daniel Griffin (www.microbe.tv)