I recently went through a draft student project. While their literature review and understanding of pairwise relationships was great, the presentation of a complex literature and set of predictions wasn’t as clear as it could be. The apparent complexity or volume of things to talk about perhaps obscured the simple solution that (as a fresh pair […]

# Tag archives: teaching

## Sate the urge to draw a graph: useful software

Sometimes one just has the urge to draw a graph, and to draw a graph quickly. This happens to me when I’m trying to convey basic ideas either in my teaching material or for the introduction of a talk, for example. In the past I have tried the approach of copy/paste from Google Images or by searching through my paper […]

## It is Time to Stop Teaching Frequentism to Non-statisticians

Great stuff, from William M. Briggs […] there are lot of folks out there who, because they once had a graduate survey course in regression, and have personally produced a p-value or two, feel they are versed sufficiently in probability to pass on their skills to fresh students. But their rendering of the subtleties of […]