Weekend reads: How to be a statistical detective; a $5.5 million settlement over hidden grants; 15 studies that challenged medical dogma

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2 thoughts on “Weekend reads: How to be a statistical detective; a $5.5 million settlement over hidden grants; 15 studies that challenged medical dogma”

  1. “Should publishers be suing Sci-Hub?”

    Beats me, but there’s a certain irony in having to use Sci-Hub to access the article about suing Sci-Hub.

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