simple power analysis

hlsmith

Omega Contributor
#2
What is QRP?

Also, there is literature showing that conducting post hoc power calculations has many issues. I am sorry I don't have a citation readily available for this statement. Are you trying to conduct post hoc power calculations?
 

iiro

New Member
#3
What is QRP?

Also, there is literature showing that conducting post hoc power calculations has many issues. I am sorry I don't have a citation readily available for this statement. Are you trying to conduct post hoc power calculations?
Thanks for your response! QRP = questionable research practises.Yes, TES is a technique to check how probable some findings are if the study was not affected by publication bias or QRPs.

Yes I have read some debates whether the TES technique makes sense, but I am not an expert in statistics thus its hard to have an educated opinion.
 

hlsmith

Omega Contributor
#4
Another amusing issue that has been repeatedly illustrated is the distribution of reported p-values from published articles and how there is an unnatural increased density in p-values just below 0.05.