Weak statistical standards implicated in scientific irreproducibility

"One-quarter of studies that meet commonly used statistical cutoff may be false. The plague of non-reproducibility in science may be mostly due to scientists’ use of weak statistical tests, as shown by an innovative method developed by statistician Valen Johnson, at Texas A&M University in College Station." Commentary @ Nature News. Full paper @ PNAS>

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