Thursday, 6 August 2015

What ticks your Box

So there was not much interest in what makes you think that labs are good.  You are right. Any lab can come up with the goods and if they do, they are great. Likewise, some labs that are considered to be ace can come up with turkeys.

Criticism (constructive criticism) and questioning are part of the science advancement process. The good stuff survives and the not so reproducible stuff sinks.

It is clear that you want some education posts of trial design and analysis.

6 comments:

  1. I just put up this link on a different post as I didn't realise this post was here. It's a free online course about Design and Interpretation of Clinical Trials.
    https://www.coursera.org/course/clintrials

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  2. As somebody said in comments to a different post, it does not matter in science where the result came from, what matters is whether the analysis is correct. And, of course, doing tutorials on statistics will not open a can of worms of "science politics" and will not expose the bloggers to the consequences.

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  3. I think good labs and scientists who make meaningful discoveries and contributions don't spend 95% of their time on blogs.

    "It is clear that you want some education posts of trial design and analysis."

    What makes you think you are qualified?

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    1. What makes you think i will do it....?

      I think good labs .....i disagree but get it off your chest mr angry.

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    2. "I think good labs and scientists who make meaningful discoveries and contributions don't spend 95% of their time on blogs."
      We like to break up our blog duties with a little science every now and again ;-)
      "What makes you think you are qualified?"
      Qualifications?

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