Why Andre Gelman doesn’t use the terms “fixed” and “random”. If he doesn’t, we shouldn’t. Probably
A couple months ago we discussed this question from Sean de Hoon: In many cross-national comparative studies, mixed effects models are being used in which a number of slopes are fixed and the slopes of one or two variables of interested are allowed to vary across countries. The aim is often then to explain the …
PhD Comics: Overtime
Academic fraud in Political Science
Posters from the Soviet Space Age.
And finally, Fascinating longread on the LaCour affair