Big Data, Neuroscience and Dead Salmons


See on Scoop.itData Nerd’s Corner

Spoiler alert! Big Data can be dry, but there’s some nice pesci in here!

Carla Gentry CSPO‘s insight:

Seems harder than you might think. When you have big data, you need to correct for multiple comparisons. The traditional method is to use Bonferroni correction. In neuroimaging we can use, e.g. Family-Wise Error correction. Find the appropriate way of minimizing the chances that your significant results could have happened by pure chance!

See on www.greenbookblog.org

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