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re: st: Error bars
At 13:10 22/04/04 -0500, David Airey wrote:
I'm not surprised.
Reporting of statistical results in biological sciences in Nature and
Science is often incomplete.
A good place to start is
In the USA, the APA makes it more clear to researchers what is expected of
them when reporting on statistical results in the area of Psychology:
A similar guide needs to be available for the biological sciences if they
don't want to use the APA's guide. I'm unaware of one. Certainly Medicine
must have one? Please inform me if you know what I don't.
which points the way to Altman et al. (2000).
Douglas Altman (Editor), David Machin (Editor), Trevor Bryant (Editor),
Martin Gardner (Editor).
Statistics with Confidence. 2000; Oxford: BMJ books
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