Monthly Archives: March 2019

Congrats to Nataly Beribisky and Heather Davidson for their new publication 'What's the Smallest Meaningful Relationship Among Two Variables?'

In this paper we explore when trained and untrained researchers start to perceive a correlation or mean difference as 'meaningful'. This is the first of a set of studies aiming to improve our understanding of the 'smallest meaningful effect size', a value that is imperative for power analyses, equivalence testing, effect size interpretation, etc.

Congrats to Nataly Beribisky: 3MT Winner!

Couldn't be more proud of Nataly Beribisky, the 'People's Choice" winner in the Three Minute Thesis (3MT) competition at York University. Her presentation was entitled 'Power Analysis: A Multifaceted Mess'. It is tough to discuss statistical concepts with a broad audience, but she nailed it!