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Speaking of rAmen, I should make a tasteful Flying Spaghetti Monster decal for my car.
Are you thinking of the R-squared statistic? Small p-values are good, and large R-squared values (closer to 1) are good. (p=0.03)
That sounds so neckbeardy, but I bet it's a bold statement in your neck of the LAND. Do it.
Wait. Does P stand for Probablilty, or Portions of ramen?
Unacceptable. You must quantify all statements with a P value.
That legendary GM V6 - memorialized on urinals & toilets across the US: "3.8 Lpf / 1.0 gpf"
I went out for teryaki today. No go, no fucking salt. No wonder the Japanese live to 200.
It's impossible to argue with Raza. He wins. Period. End of discussion.
Much simpler than that, don't make things up and pretend they are facts. Always certain and frequently wrong - don't be that guy.
p=0.15, null hypothesis can't be rejected