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README.md

Supplementary materials for Researcher-Centered Design of Statistics: Why Bayesian Statistics Better Fit the Culture and Incentives of HCI

Matthew Kay (mjskay@uw.edu)
Gregory L. Nelson (glnelson@uw.edu)
Eric B. Hekler (ehekler@asu.edu)

This repository contains supplemetary material for Researcher-Centered Design of Statistics: Why Bayesian Statistics Better Fit the Culture and Incentives of HCI (CHI 2016).

  • src/run-simulations.R Generates the simulated experiments

  • src/run-frequentist-analysis.R performs the frequentist meta-analyses

  • src/run-bayesian-analysis.R performs the Bayesian analyses

  • src/plot-effects.R plots the resulting effects