With frequentist methods, would you be able to discuss how important setting agreed sample sizes or…

October 10, 2018
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With frequentist methods, would you be able to discuss how important setting agreed sample sizes or run times is? In the academic world p-hacking is a known thing and I’d argue it’s more prevalent in industry, so would be good to get your view on this. My question is what measures do you put in place to dissuade or stop p-hacking?

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