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If reporting p-values is wrong, what is the alternative?

A recent comment in Nature calls for ending with the uncritical reporting of p-values as the main criterion to determine the acceptance or rejection of a hypothesis. They claim that p-value reporting fosters a dichotomous way of thinking which leads to misinterpretation of results. That means, that having a significant result, does not mean there is an actual ‘difference’, nor a lack of significance means one should discard a potential difference. Read more “If reporting p-values is wrong, what is the alternative?”