Common Biostatistical Problems

  1. P-values for establishing negative conclusions
  2. Misleading and vague phrasing
  3. Speculation about low power
  4. Exclusive reliance on intent-to-treat analysis
  5. Reliance on omnibus tests and
  6. Overuse of multiple comparisons adjustments
  7. Entangled outcomes and predictors
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