## Latest

Nov

04

## The Multiple Comparison Problem

A special thanks to Georgi Georgiev who reviewed the simulational results presented in this blog post and helped me remove

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Oct

04

## The Assumption of Randomization

In the early 20th century, a scientist, R.A. Fisher wanted to study the impact of various fertilizers on the

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Sep

18

## The Assumption of IID

As a statistician, you soon find out that more often than not data carries deeply embedded scars from the process

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Sep

04

## Region of Practical Equivalence (ROPE)

A/B Tests by design have an annoying habit that you will realize as you attain maturity in experimentation. As

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Sep

04

## The Assumption of Stationarity

A graduate-level statistics course would usually start with an innocuous discussion on the mean, median, and mode and the fundamentals

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Aug

22

## Principles: Goal orientation in a multi-level perspective

This note is the second of a seven-part series of the book Principles by Ray Dalio. The introductory note can

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Aug

17

## Principles: Everything is a Machine

This note is the first of a seven-part series of the book Principles by Ray Dalio. The introductory note can

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Aug

16

## The Perspective of Failure

Success is a charm, struggle still has some dignity to it but failure seems like a dark ink blot on

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Jul

30

## Effect-Size Sample-Size Tradeoff: A Counter-Intuition

Context: This is the fourth article in the series, The Statistical Nuances in Experimentation. The parent blog will give you

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Jul

23

## Optimizing the Sample Sizes

Context: This is the third article in the series, The Statistical Nuances in Experimentation. The parent blog will give you

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