My first post at PLOS Blogs this month: 5 Tips to Avoid P-Value Potholes - a riveting tale of drama and statistical intrigue! My second looked at the hype around ASAPBio: Breaking Down Pros and Cons of Preprints in Biomedicine.
The annual national Health Journalism conference in the US was held in a very cold and snowy Cleveland this month. On the 10th, me and Andrew M. Seaman from Reuters Health held a session on some study pitfalls and how to avoid them. I've put my slides online, together with a bunch of my blog posts and some other material in case you want to drill down on any particular issue. You can see it here at Statistically Funny.
And my first cartoon-based abstract! It's for my talk in the opening plenary for Evidence Live 2016 this June, with Ivan Oransky and John Ioannidis, and Fiona Godlee steering: Research Nirvana - The Listicle!
Speaking of understanding studies and data - which are better, natural frequencies or probabilities and percentages? A new study claims a strong answer, but I don't the contents of their paper support that conclusion. I argued why on PubMed Commons.
The month started with a profile of me by Molly Weintraub in STAT - along with a sketch portrait by Molly Ferguson.