**Interesting links about stats**

I've compiled a few links regarding interesting (advanced, but interesting) statistical topics. Here they are:

http://www.nicebread.de/whats-the-probability-that-a-significant-p-value-indicates-a-true-effect/

https://medium.com/@richarddmorey/new-paper-why-most-of-psychology-is-statistically-unfalsifiable-4c3b6126365a#.maizqdsok

http://www.dgpskongress.de/frontend/index.php?page_id=154

http://www.researchtransparency.org/

http://andrewgelman.com/2016/08/22/bayesian-inference-completely-solves-the-multiple-comparisons-problem/

http://healthyinfluence.com/wordpress/2012/01/30/all-bad-statistics-are-persuasive-errors/

A simulation of wealth inequality through a truly random procedure [clickbait title aside, it IS interesting]: http://www.decisionsciencenews.com/2017/06/19/counterintuitive-problem-everyone-room-keeps-giving-dollars-random-others-youll-never-guess-happens-next/

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