On the challenges of drawing conclusions from p-values just below 0.05

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De Winter and Dodou (2015) analyzed the distribution (and its change over time) of a large number of p-values automatically extracted from abstracts in the scientific literature. They concluded there is a ‘surge of p-values between 0.041-0.049 in recent decades’ which 'suggests (but does not prove) questionable research practices have increased over the past 25 years'. I show their data about diff...

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