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Are confidence intervals better termed “uncertainty intervals”?

08:18 EDT 11 Sep 2019 | British Medical Journal

Yes—Andrew GelmanScience reformers are targeting P values and statistical significance, and rightly so.123 It’s wrong to take P≤0.05 as indicating that an effect is real, and it’s wrong to take...

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