Month: April 2020

Episode 25: Reviewer 2 — A Love/Hate Relationship

Patrick and Greg draw on their experience in author, reviewer, and editorial roles to talk about the manuscript review process, and offer strategies for revising a manuscript and crafting a letter in response to editorial guidance and reviewer feedback. Along the way they also discuss spring break for octogenarians, spitting on graves, being flabby and …

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Episode 23: Carlo. Monte Carlo.

Patrick and Greg spend an hour stumbling through the world of Monte Carlo computer simulation methodology as a way of knowing within the quantitative sciences. They also delve into: bad ideas, the Dans in Patrick’s life, unique Zoom backgrounds, typical birth weights, theoretical models underlying reading glasses, Jan Ken Pon, being due, archery, blue and …

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Episode 22: Factor Analysis — The Good, The Bad, & The Ugly

Greg and Patrick are inspired by possibly the greatest Western movie ever filmed as they navigate The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly of factor analysis. In addition to arguing that exploratory factor analysis isn’t really exploratory and confirmatory factor analysis isn’t really confirmatory, they adroitly traverse topics including sabbatical do-overs, Corona Academy, leeches, tall …

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