I've been looking for a correct definition of p values in textbooks… and no wonder everyone has trouble with this. Most of the definitions are straight up wrong. Here follows a list of incorrect examples:
— Felix Singleton Thorn (@FSingletonThorn) January 31, 2020
By shifting the burden of tax on dividend from payer to payee the government has, perhaps unintentionally, told companies to cut their dividend payout ratios.
— Fundoo Professor (@Sanjay__Bakshi) February 2, 2020
(Keep an eye out in this thread about banned books for no. 12!)
"Some of the famous banned books"
1. Animal Farm authored by George Orwell was a brilliant social satire but was banned in the Soviet Union for obvious reasons. It has been in the forbidden list of as many as 126 countries throughout his life. pic.twitter.com/ukzI6zyGV8
— Fidato (@tequieremos) February 2, 2020
Digital quarantine is here.
It appears that folks who fled Wuhan have been digitally quarantined, likely via WeChat. Their apps don’t work outside the quarantine zone.
Now that’s happened to 240 Uber users in Mexico exposed to the infected.
Complex issue! A thread…🧵 pic.twitter.com/3ZQ9vZdHo2
— Balaji S. Srinivasan (@balajis) February 3, 2020
On February 5th, 1943, Jake La Motta defeated the legendary Sugar Ray Robinson for the only time in his career. Many boxers were known for their fearsome punches and hooks but Motta was known for his strong chin & the amount of damage he could take. Jake's life was quite a story. pic.twitter.com/VF4DENUWBs
— Joy Bhattacharjya (@joybhattacharj) February 5, 2020