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These slides were presented on November 22 2016 during the Annual Julius Symposium, organised by the Julius Center for Health Sciences and Primary Care, University Medical Hospital Utrecht.
Only a few months ago, the American Statistical Association authoritatively issued an official statement on significance and p-values (American Statistician, 2016, 70:2, 129-133), claiming that the p-value is: “commonly misused and misinterpreted.”
In this presentation I focus on the principles of the ASA statement.