Crash Course: Statistics #31 - Replicability

Replication (re-running studies to confirm results) and reproducibility (the ability to repeat an analyses on data) have come under fire over the past few years.

The foundation of science itself is built upon statistical analysis and yet there has been more and more evidence that suggests possibly even the majority of studies cannot be replicated. This “replication crisis” is likely being caused by a number of factors which we’ll discuss as well as some of the proposed solutions to ensure that the results we’re drawing from scientific studies are reliable.


Data, Graphing & Statistics
High School, College

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