What is a P-Value?

By Neuroskeptic | March 5, 2016 2:48 pm

P-values are a statistical tool that are ubiquitous in science today, but they’re often misunderstood. I remember when I was taught statistics, I learned something about what p-values did, and how to use them, but I didn’t grasp what they were. So I’ve created a YouTube video – my first ever – to try to explain the essence of the concept.

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