Getting a feel for equivalence hypothesis testing

A few weeks ago, Daniel Lakens posted an excellent blog about equivalence hypothesis testing (http://daniellakens.blogspot.com/2016/05/absence-of-evidence-is-not-evidence-of.html). Equivalence hypothesis testing is a method to use frequentist statistical analyses (specifically, p-values)┬áto provide support for a null hypothesis. Briefly, Lakens describes a form of equivalence hypothesis testing wherein the "null hypothesis" is a range of effects that are considered … Continue reading Getting a feel for equivalence hypothesis testing