Archivi categoria: statistica
Sample size determinations in original research protocols for randomised clinical trials submitted to UK research ethics committees: review | BMJ
Fig 1. Correlation between countries’ annual per capita chocolate consumption and the number of Nobel laureates per 10 million population.
Another excellent example of why correlation doesn’t always equal causation.
From this study:
Shock and law : Nature News – -The Italian system’s contempt for its scientists is made plain by the guilty verdict in L’Aquila
anche NATURE ne parla a proposito di belle figure italiane e ritorno alla credibilita’
bello: procuratevi il full text: cos’e’ il rischio?
Se lo sapessimo saremmo a posto (magari lo sanno meno i magistrati a cui forse andrebbe spedito obbligatoriamente magari tradotto in italian0
JAMA Network | JAMA: The Journal of the American Medical Association | Limitations of Administrative Databases
Clinical research relying on readily available, inexpensive data originally collected for administrative or billing purposes or both has increased exponentially. Yet the inherent limitations of these administrative databases are frequently ignored
Data Integrity and Presentation — Journalism, Verification, Skepticism, and the Age of Haste « The Scholarly Kitchen
One of the success stories of a digital rebirth has been the Atlantic, once a trusted but fusty magazine that has done a great job of reinventing itself as a relevant and vibrant digital property, generating a renewed audience in both print and online media.