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Science, Trust, Stats, and Research

Science, Trust, Stats, and Research — This article addressed current issues in research, replication, and the reliability of science methods and practitioners.  While the author concludes with a positive outlook, the issues raise several questions about evidence, how evidence is collected and interpreted, and distinguishing evidence from non-evidential factors such as “trust,” gate-keeping, and the is-and-ought in statistics and the sciences.  Might be useful for courses in statistics, research, and science and society.

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