2014 |

June | |

4 | Another Benefit of Publicly Version-Controlled Research |

March | |

31 | Publishing Replication Studies |

February | |

20 | More on Product Terms and Interaction in Logistic Regression Models |

2013 |

August | |

27 | Creating Marginal Effect Plots for Linear Regression Models in R |

5 | compactr is now on CRAN |

July | |

23 | Arguing for Negligible Effects |

11 | Testing for Interaction in Logit Models |

8 | More on What Can Be Learned from Statistical Significance |

February | |

14 | Preemptive Review Comments |

12 | The Problem with Testing for Heteroskedasticity in Probit Models |

7 | New WordPress Theme |

5 | Is Significance Significant? |

January | |

21 | Learning New Methods: Just-in-Time or Just-in-Case |

16 | The Prevalence of Hypotheses of "No Effect" |

14 | My Best Advice for Future Ph.D. Students |

11 | Improving Conference Presentations |

9 | Improving Conference Panels |

7 | Software Signals |

2 | Packages v. Libraries in R |

2012 |

December | |

31 | Top Posts of 2012 |

28 | How to Add an Extra Vertical Axis to R Plots |

27 | How to Create a System of Shorter URLs |

24 | The Fundamental Theorem of Gift Wrapping |

24 | Labeling the Vertical Axis in R Plots |

21 | How Much Text on Presentation Slides? |

19 | Presentation Tips from Garr Reynolds |

18 | Too Much Content |

17 | Controlling Axes of R Plots |

17 | Cleaning Up My Presentation Act |

5 | Another Example of Causal Creep |

September | |

26 | Exporting R Graphs |

4 | Precision in Writing |

August | |

10 | Howard Becker on "Classy" Writing |

7 | To those opposed to imputing missing outcomes. |

6 | Coefficient Plots in Stata |

3 | What should a linear models class cover? |

July | |

31 | Substantively Meaningful Effects |

30 | Two Chrome Plug-ins I Love |

27 | Methodologists' Audience |

24 | No Excuse for Presenting Odds-Ratios |

23 | Two Free Sets of Methods Lectures |

18 | Explanation or Prediction? An Amazing Quote from Phil Schrodt |

17 | Clarity about the Counterfactual when Discussing "Campaign Effects" |

16 | Best Books for Social Scientists on Bayesian Analysis |

13 | Higgs-Boson and p-values: A Response to Wasserman |

10 | John Myles White Discusses the NHST |

9 | Moving from Statistical Graphics to Infographics and then Back: Two Theorems |

7 | Innumeracy and the Evidence for Higgs Boson |

6 | Why I Don't Like Coefficient Plots |

3 | An Improvement to Coefficient Plots |

2 | Even More on Concluding "No Effect" From Insignificant Slopes |

June | |

30 | Coefficient Plots in R |

29 | I Wonder Where I Fall? |

29 | Confusion over "Wrong Place, Wrong Time" |

28 | Graphs: Paper or Computer Screen? |

27 | More on Concluding "No Effect" |

16 | Why You Shouldn't Conclude "No Effect" from Statistically Insignificant Slopes |

January | |

8 | Number of Results Outside the Margin of Error has a Margin of Error Too. |

2011 |

October | |

12 | Multiply Imputing an Outcome Variable |

September | |

26 | Using Inkscape to Post-edit Labels in R Graphs |

26 | Academic Blogs as Open Ideas |

24 | Chartjunk and Clear Comparisons of Data |

20 | Weird Circle Charts and Nice Dot Plots |

20 | Graphs, Color Gradients, and Negative Advertising |

16 | Reproducibility in Observational Studies |

15 | Colors, Legends, and Labeling |

14 | A Structure to Encourage Reproducibility |

12 | More on Centering in Interactive Models |

9 | Rick Perry and the Death Penalty: A Graph |

7 | When Are Hierarchical Models Useful? |

6 | Variance, Covariance, and Interaction Terms |

1 | This year's college freshmen have never lived in a world without the Internet |

August | |

23 | Hierarchical Models of TSCS Data |

22 | R Code for Bow Tie Plots |

17 | Displaying Experimental Results Well: Bow Tie Plots |

16 | The Participatory Benefits of Disproportional Electoral Rules |

June | |

10 | Unemployment, Presidential Elections, and Small Data Sets: 38 Plots for 16 Data Points |