1165 København K
Seminar — Talk “How NOT to measure the statistical significance of your research” by Viktor Petukhov (PhD student at BRIC, KU). The talk will describe and criticize an approach to estimate statistical significance using p-value. Viktor will also discuss how to survive in the world of biological and medical research, where p-values are inevitable. Last, but not least, alternative methods of research validation based on Bayesian statistics will be described.
Date & Time:
Mærsk tower (Blegdamsvej 3B), auditorium 13.1.37
17:15 – Doors open and seating
17:30 – Talk “How not to measure the statistical significance of your research”
18:30 – Lightning talks from the audience – bring your own ideas!
18:40 – Snacks, drinks and networking
After the main talk, there is an opportunity for lightning talks from the audience – bring your own ideas!
Tell us in 2.5 minutes or fewer about something tricky you have just learnt, or some generic package you have just found, etc. The rule of thumb: present something, that made you feel “I wish someone told me about that, before I’ve spent 3 days!”
Please note, that in the evening access to the building is unfortunately only possible through the main entrance with the valid ID.
The exact room number might change.
More info: https://www.facebook.com/events/384020002387781/