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We Agree That Statistical Significance Proves Essentially Nothing: A Rejoinder to Thomas Mayer

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  • Stephen T. Ziliak and Deirdre N. McCloskey
Keywords Significance test, economic significance, Student’s t, oomph, Gosset, Fisher
Volume Number 10
Issue Number 1
Pages 97-107
File URL We Agree That Statistical Significance Proves Essentially Nothing: A Rejoinder to Thomas Mayer
Publication year 2013

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