We looked inside some of the tweets by @robustgar and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
A Dataset that is 44% Outliers https://t.co/c86b5LYt5J
We're really excited about the range of amazing SOCIAL PhD projects for September 2020 entry. See https://t.co/XTWnGIgcgW for the full list, including a project on using e-skin to generate emotive features, and another on optimising interactions with virtual environments.
Our @UKRI_News Centre for Doctoral Training in Socially Intelligent Artificial Agents @Social__AI is now accepting PhD applications. We will fund up to 15 SOCIAL AI PHD projects at the intersection of @UofGPsychology and @GlasgowCS from September 2020. https://t.co/Ceyose5zgX
Johnson and Cesario have stated their analysis is still informative because it controls for county crime rates by race and other shooting attributes. But as Bayes’ rule shows, the addition of these control variables, X, does not solve the fundamental conceptual problem. 11/n https://t.co/6PclW6Y0Pb
Re study of police shootings, scroll up for full flavor. Another example of social science using “control” like a magic verb that manufactures truth. If only there were an axiomatic framework for deciding causal queries... https://t.co/aUxYahuXJg
“A small P-value is just a warning signal that the current model could have a problem, so we should check our model assumptions” https://t.co/v277HwzlWg
Finally out. Out timing mega-study: comparing a range of experiment generators, both lab-based and online You can now see the preprint https://t.co/eEFqOiPxuX and view the data https://t.co/pZoYJgCmU5 Audio, visual and response timing, on many packages, OSs and browsers 1/4
Psychologists who care about measurement precision, read on: https://t.co/fq66p7yLNZ