[R] mcmcsamp-CI instead of P-values - references?

From: Henrik Parn <henrik.parn_at_bio.ntnu.no>
Date: Tue 03 Oct 2006 - 15:41:51 GMT


Dear all,

Given the discussions and issues of d.f., p-values and mcmcsamp-CIs in mixed models, I wonder if anyone could recommend one or two papers (or other citable sources for that sake) that summarizes the arguments for/against P-values/mcCIs.

I have followed the discussions on R-help and have learnt a lot (in my naive non-statistician way). With all respect to all great contributions, I may need published articles (if there are any), that could be suitable to use in the Methods-section of a manuscript, to motivate a no-p-values-but-some-nice-mcmcsampCIs-instead-approach!

Thanks in advance!

Henrik

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