P-values and Null Hypothesis Significance Testing abound in journal articles and other literature on bioinformatics and quantitative bioscience. Yet there has been confusion and controversy about what ...

P-values and Null Hypothesis Significance Testing abound in journal articles and other literature on bioinformatics and quantitative bioscience. Yet there has been confusion and controversy about what these approaches do and don’t mean—see e.g., Scientific method: Statistical errors (Nature 506, 150–152, 13 February 2014 doi:10.1038/506150a). Bioinformatics FOAM 2014 is fortunate to have two eminent statisticians—Professor John Carlin and Professor Gordon Smyth—to lead us in exploring the subtleties and science of statistical significance so that we can all become wiser to the value of p-values.

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