Statistician with a triathlon problem.
Friendly warning — technical post alert. This post is about my time this past week at the American Statistical Association’s symposium to discuss our p-value-heavy culture. Why do we put p-values on a pedestal?
Earlier this week at a pitch presentation for an amazing potential project, a thoughtful audience member asked me, “Dashboards and being able to see my data sound great, but what will I do with this data?”
As humans, we are relational, and politics is an extension of our humanity. As entrepreneurs and business founders, our businesses are our lives and an encompassing part of our identity. So should our…