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Category Archives: Scientific method
Sensitivity to Zone Definition in the Zonal Travel Cost Method
How sensitive are regression estimates based on aggregated data, zonal travel cost datasets for example, to the particular form of aggregation? Here I present an answer for one simple case. Originally posted 21/3/2016. Re-posted following site reorganisation 21/6/2016. This is … Continue reading
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Making Sense of Replicability
A number of developments suggest a crisis in science associated with the requirement of replicability. The issues are complex, especially where scientific results include statistical estimates. Originally posted 13/1/2014. Re-posted following site reorganisation 21/6/2016. A widely accepted requirement of good … Continue reading
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