Statistical vigilantes: the war on scientific fraud
From The Guardian's Science Weekly - Hannah Devlin delves into the case of a shamed Japanese scientist to explore how statistical malpractice is damaging science - whether employed knowingly or not
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Statistical vigilantes: the war on scientific fraud 2017-09-14 02:53:55 Hannah Devlin delves into the case of a shamed Japanese scientist to explore how statistical malpractice is damaging science - whether employed knowingly or not 27 minutes, 48 seconds
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