…de that found nothing or that found results that were the opposite of the final set of conclusions. We need a track record — a log of statistical exploration. How many equations did you estimate? What proportion of them found something different than what you reported? Can you share them as well as the ones that you now feel are the “right” ones? And please explain why the ones you think are the right ones are not wrong. The ideal would be an econometric Go-Pro that would allow consumers of econometric analysis to see all the equations that were run and how many were signficant and how many of the “wrong sign.”