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Trust the Results, Not the Conclusions | Very early in my writing career I was fortunate to be able to spend three hours interviewing Linus Pauling (above), the only person in history to win two unshared Nobel Prizes. One of many things I learned during that interview process that has stayed with me ever since has to do with interpretation of scientific results.

Trust the Results, Not the Conclusions

Trust the Results, Not the Conclusions by Kas Thomas

One of the best things I learned in 654 this semester was about paradigms and what that means to me as far as a worldview goes. SAHE stresses self-reflection, and this didn't disappoint. It also helps me to make sense of other research.

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The Qualitative Report - Mobile and Cloud Qualitative Research Apps

The Qualitative Report - Mobile and Cloud Qualitative Research Apps

Biases and flaws are like foreheads — it’s easier to see others’ than your own…

If No Brain Is Free Of Bias, What Can We Trust?

Biases and flaws are like foreheads — it’s easier to see others’ than your own. So our most cherished beliefs should be tested by rigorous bias-balancing processes.

The world's longest-running experiments remind us that science is a marathon, not a sprint. | Here, Nature takes a look at five of science's longest-running projects, some of which have been amassing data continuously for centuries. Some generate hundreds of papers a year; one produces a single data point per decade.

The world's longest-running experiments remind us that science is a marathon, not a sprint.

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Antibiotic Resistant Infection Options

Hard to look at I know but don't be squeamish, be curious! Antibiotic resistant infections are a very real phenomenon that we all need to learn about.

Not Even Scientists Can Easily Explain P-values | FiveThirtyEight

P-values have taken quite a beating lately. These widely used and commonly misapplied statistics have been blamed for giving a veneer of legitimacy to dodgy stu…

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India withdraws regulator& power to cap non-essential drug prices - Yahoo News India

Proprioceptive feedback helps rehab patients learning to operate robotic prosthetic

Proprioceptive feedback helps rehab patients learning to operate robotic prosthetic

Women happier when they gain weight, even though they are not as healthy, study suggests -- ScienceDaily

P VALUE  A P value is the probability of an observed (or more extreme) result arising only from chance.

Odds Are, It's Wrong

The p-value is under fire yet again, but this time with some quick-and-dirty solutions (and some long-and-onerous ones too) to the problems created by relying on this quick-and-dirty test.

Scientists typically aim to be ethical, but can they agree on a general code of ethics?

Can scientists agree on a code of ethics?

Scientists typically aim to be ethical, but can they agree on a general code of ethics?

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