[Rasch] Damon Workshop, Friday Morning, Vancouver

Stuart Luppescu slu at ccsr.uchicago.edu
Tue Apr 3 13:39:51 EST 2012

On 月, 2012-04-02 at 18:47 -0700, Mark Moulton wrote:
> Hi Stuart and Brady,
> I think, to save my sanity, I will have to refrain from recording my
> presentation at the Damon workshop in Vancouver.  I'll be lucky to
> find the on-switch on my computer!  However, there is no reason I
> can't pull together a ShowMeDo-style video at home and post it on my
> website.  Some time after Vancouver, though.

That will be fine. Thanks very much, Mark.
Stuart Luppescu -=- slu .at. ccsr.uchicago.edu University of Chicago -=-
CCSR 才文と智奈美の父 -=- Kernel 3.2.1-gentoo-r2 Usually (but not
always) doing tests of normality reflect a lack of understanding of the
power of rank tests, and an assumption of high power for the tests (qq
plots don't always help with that because of their subjectivity). When
possible it's good to choose a robust method. Also, doing pre-testing
for normality can affect the type I error of the overall analysis. --
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