1. “Not once in the twentieth century . . . has a single politician, actor, athlete, or surgeon emerged as a first-rate novelist, despite the dismayingly huge breadth of experience each profession affords.” (statmodeling.stat.columbia.edu)
  2. TWiV 1091: Skeeter poo and obelisks too (www.microbe.tv)
  3. “Science as Verified Trust” (statmodeling.stat.columbia.edu)
  4. TWiV 1090: Clinical update with Dr. Daniel Griffin (www.microbe.tv)
  5. The New York Young Republican Club (statmodeling.stat.columbia.edu)
  6. Why we say that honesty and transparency are not enough: (statmodeling.stat.columbia.edu)
  7. Florida’s Experiment With Measles (www.theatlantic.com)
  8. Michael Lewis. (statmodeling.stat.columbia.edu)
  9. Scientific publishers busily thwarting science (again) (statmodeling.stat.columbia.edu)
  10. Hey! A new (to me) text message scam! Involving a barfing dog! (statmodeling.stat.columbia.edu)
  11. When do we expect conformal prediction sets to be helpful? (statmodeling.stat.columbia.edu)
  12. ‘Gut Health’ Has a Fatal Flaw (www.theatlantic.com)
  13. Stabbers gonna stab — fraud edition (statmodeling.stat.columbia.edu)
  14. A gathering of the literary critics: Louis Menand and Thomas Mallon, meet Jeet Heer (statmodeling.stat.columbia.edu)
  15. Lefty Driesell and Bobby Knight (statmodeling.stat.columbia.edu)
  16. Here’s some academic advice for you: Never put your name on a paper you haven’t read. (statmodeling.stat.columbia.edu)
  17. TWiV 1089: Shoot out at the Circle-T ranch (www.microbe.tv)
  18. The Lakatos soccer training (statmodeling.stat.columbia.edu)
  19. TWiV 1088: Clinical update with Dr. Daniel Griffin (www.microbe.tv)
  20. Mary Rosh! (statmodeling.stat.columbia.edu)
  21. Uncertainty in games: How to get that balance so that there’s a motivation to play well, but you can still have a chance to come back from behind? (statmodeling.stat.columbia.edu)
  22. Those annoying people-are-stupid narratives in journalism (statmodeling.stat.columbia.edu)
  23. I love this paper but it’s barely been noticed. (statmodeling.stat.columbia.edu)
  24. Torment executioners in Reno, Nevada, keep tormenting us with their publications. (statmodeling.stat.columbia.edu)
  25. Clinical trials that are designed to fail (statmodeling.stat.columbia.edu)
  26. TWiV 1087: Should old infections be forgot (www.microbe.tv)
  27. If school funding doesn’t really matter, why do people want their kid’s school to be well funded? (statmodeling.stat.columbia.edu)
  28. The ‘Unthinkable’ New Reality About Bedbugs (www.theatlantic.com)
  29. TWiV 1086: Clinical update with Dr. Daniel Griffin (www.microbe.tv)
  30. Ozempic Can Turn Into No-zempic (www.theatlantic.com)
  31. Hey, here’s some free money for you! Just lend your name to this university and they’ll pay you $1000 for every article you publish! (statmodeling.stat.columbia.edu)
  32. Two Zombie Papers in Human Behavioral Ecology (elevanth.org)
  33. Listen to those residuals (statmodeling.stat.columbia.edu)
  34. Social penumbras predict political attitudes (my talk at Harvard on Monday Feb 12 at noon) (statmodeling.stat.columbia.edu)
  35. Bayesian Analysis with Python (statmodeling.stat.columbia.edu)
  36. When all else fails, add a code comment (statmodeling.stat.columbia.edu)
  37. “Replicability & Generalisability”: Applying a discount factor to cost-effectiveness estimates. (statmodeling.stat.columbia.edu)
  38. Older Americans Are About to Lose a Lot of Weight (www.theatlantic.com)
  39. I’ve been mistaken for a chatbot (statmodeling.stat.columbia.edu)
  40. It’s bezzle time: The Dean of Engineering at the University of Nevada gets paid $372,127 a year and wrote a paper that’s so bad, you can’t believe it. (statmodeling.stat.columbia.edu)
  41. Cherry blossoms—not just another prediction competition (statmodeling.stat.columbia.edu)
  42. Using the term “visualization” for non-visual representation of data (statmodeling.stat.columbia.edu)
  43. GoFundMe Is a Health-Care Utility Now (www.theatlantic.com)
  44. Flu Shots Need to Stop Fighting ‘Something That Doesn’t Exist’ (www.theatlantic.com)
  45. A new argument for estimating the probability that your vote will be decisive (statmodeling.stat.columbia.edu)
  46. Plenty of People Could Quit Therapy Right Now (www.theatlantic.com)
  47. Evaluating samplers with reference draws (statmodeling.stat.columbia.edu)
  48. “Don’t feed the trolls” and the troll semi-bluff (statmodeling.stat.columbia.edu)
  49. TWiV 1085: When macrophages go to alimentary school (www.microbe.tv)
  50. A question about Lindley’s supra Bayesian method for expert probability assessment (statmodeling.stat.columbia.edu)
  51. TWiV 1084: Clinical update with Dr. Daniel Griffin (www.microbe.tv)
  52. “Participants reported being hungrier when they walked into the café (mean = 7.38, SD = 2.20) than when they walked out [mean = 1.53, SD = 2.70, F(1, 75) = 107.68, P < 0.001]." (statmodeling.stat.columbia.edu)
  53. Ozempic Makes You Lose More Than Fat (www.theatlantic.com)
  54. Click here to help this researcher gather different takes on making data visualizations for blind people (statmodeling.stat.columbia.edu)
  55. Lancet-bashing! (statmodeling.stat.columbia.edu)
  56. Deer Are Beta-Testing a Nightmare Disease (www.theatlantic.com)
  57. Risking Their Lives to Ski While They Can (www.theatlantic.com)
  58. Opposition (statmodeling.stat.columbia.edu)
  59. Minimum criteria for studies evaluating human decision-making (statmodeling.stat.columbia.edu)
  60. Hey, I got tagged by RetractoBot! (statmodeling.stat.columbia.edu)
  61. Immune 76: Macrophages to the rescue with Juliet Morrison (www.microbe.tv)
  62. Fun with Dååta: Reference librarian edition (statmodeling.stat.columbia.edu)
  63. “When will AI be able to do scientific research both cheaper and better than us, thus effectively obsoleting humans?” (statmodeling.stat.columbia.edu)
  64. Sympathy for the Nudgelords: Vermeule endorsing stupid and dangerous election-fraud claims and Levitt promoting climate change denial are like cool dudes in the 60s wearing Che T-shirts and thinking Chairman Mao was cool—we think they’re playing with fire, they think they’re cute contrarians pointing out contradictions in the system. For a certain kind of person, it’s fun to be a rogue. (statmodeling.stat.columbia.edu)
  65. TWiV 1980: AI builds better viruses (www.microbe.tv)
  66. The paradox of replication studies: A good analyst has special data analysis and interpretation skills. But it’s considered a bad or surprising thing that if you give the same data to different analysts, they come to different conclusions. (statmodeling.stat.columbia.edu)
  67. TWiV 1082: Clinical update with Dr. Daniel Griffin (www.microbe.tv)
  68. They solved the human-statistical reasoning interface back in the 80s (statmodeling.stat.columbia.edu)
  69. The importance of measurement, and how you can draw ridiculous conclusions from your statistical analyses if you don’t think carefully about measurement . . . Leamer (1983) got it. (statmodeling.stat.columbia.edu)
  70. Caffeine’s Dirty Little Secret (www.theatlantic.com)
  71. ‘If Exercise Could Cure This, I Would Have Been Cured So Quickly’ (www.theatlantic.com)
  72. Mister P and Stan go to Bangladesh . . . (statmodeling.stat.columbia.edu)
  73. Resources for teaching and learning survey sampling, from Scott Keeter at Pew Research (statmodeling.stat.columbia.edu)
  74. Progress in 2023, Leo edition (statmodeling.stat.columbia.edu)
  75. Here’s how to subscribe to our new weekly newsletter: (statmodeling.stat.columbia.edu)
  76. Gummy Vitamins Are Just Candy (www.theatlantic.com)
  77. TWiV 1081: I opened the pig sty and in flew enza (www.microbe.tv)
  78. TWiV 1080: Clinical update with Dr. Daniel Griffin (www.microbe.tv)
  79. How Much Less to Worry About Long COVID Now (www.theatlantic.com)
  80. There Are Too Many Ways to Exercise (www.theatlantic.com)
  81. The Ozempic Plateau (www.theatlantic.com)
  82. Pets Really Can Be Like Human Family (www.theatlantic.com)
  83. TWiV 1078: Clinical update with Dr. Daniel Griffin (www.microbe.tv)
  84. TWiV 1079: Rock of phages (www.microbe.tv)
  85. America Is Having a Senior Moment on Vaccines (www.theatlantic.com)
  86. ‘Plant-Based’ Has Lost All Meaning (www.theatlantic.com)
  87. We Got Lucky With the Mystery Dog Illness (www.theatlantic.com)
  88. TWiV 1077: EtOH and viruses at McGill (www.microbe.tv)
  89. TWiV 1076: Clinical update with Dr. Daniel Griffin (www.microbe.tv)
  90. The Most Mysterious Cells in Our Bodies Don’t Belong to Us (www.theatlantic.com)
  91. The Third Edition, the Dotted Half Note of Editions (elevanth.org)
  92. TWiV 1075: Fit viruses, parasites, sick chickens (www.microbe.tv)
  93. Pack Your Memories Into Your Disaster Bag (www.theatlantic.com)
  94. TWiV 1074: Clinical update with Dr. Daniel Griffin (www.microbe.tv)
  95. Immune 75: Ang Cui unveils the cytokine symphony (www.microbe.tv)