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Luis A. Afonso

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Concerning an analysis in Stat Istic
Posted: May 29, 2014 6:05 PM
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Concerning a analysis in Stat Istics
http://istics.net/stat/2011/12not-random-enough/
someone (under John M. name) had defend the Mendel´s data authenticity/ not manipulated where the following p-values:
(10) 0.9457, 0.8694, 0.8680, 0.7414, 0.5994, 0.9457, 0.9986, 0.9511, 0.8983, 0.99997
He argues that all values are sufficiently near to 1, Mendel did not cheat (!).
However the conclusion is plenty oppose : H= -2 *Sum p*log(p) = 2.048
p-value is so low as 0.000´000´1 (chi-square, 20 d.f.)
Fisher was right in supposing that there were, accidentally or deliberately, data manipulation by the Mendel´s team .

How dangerous common sense is sometimes in Probability/Statistics.

Luis A. Afonso



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