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Foundations of Clinical Research
 
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Angela Kimel provides a brief overview of the clinical research industry and career opportunities in North Carolina including: * What is a clinical trial and how is it regulated? * Who are the key players? * What is the drug development process? * What type of careers exist in clinical research? * What are the current educational opportunities in North Carolina? * What does the clinical research arena look like in North Carolina? * BioNetwork's role in preparing workers. Find out more about clinical research through our free on-demand online course: http://ncbionetwork.org/educational-resources/interactive-elearning-tools/drug-development-overview (The introduction music, "Venetian Court Concerto," is used according to terms of the Sound Ideas End User License Agreement found here: http://www.sound-ideas.com/pdf/end-user-license-agreement.pdf The track is part of Sound Ideas' Mix 11 Royalty-free music collection. BioNetwork purchased a lifetime worldwide license for synchronization rights.)
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X4 Foundations Station Building Guide - Headquarters & Research
 
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X4 Foundations Station Building guide. The basics to get you started with station building in X4: Foundations. Taking a look at the Headquarters and the available research options as well. The Headquarters will be your first X4 Foundations station and will give you access to technologies like teleportation, hacking and modifications. 1:12 Quest starting 2:29 x4 foundations station building guide 6:20 Headquarters & Research 6:42 Teleportation 6:52 Module Hacking 7:12 Modifications X4 Foundations Playlist : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ICGzQ6lRSVw&list=PLQ56RL63wSgMMTqCJaInUkuAfmuQ0UVnC Subscribe To SquidofLove : https://www.youtube.com/user/squidofluvplays?sub_confirmation=1 Join! : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCNGtGNzCZ-9wrPxSZItFCFA/join My Site : https://squidoflove.com/ Patreon : http://patreon.com/SquidofLuvPlays Donate : https://goo.gl/JbFW3B Twitter : https://twitter.com/SquidofLove1 Twitch : https://www.twitch.tv/squidoflove YouTube : https://www.youtube.com/user/SquidofLuvPlays Flickr : https://www.flickr.com/photos/squidoflove #x4foundations #x4foundationsgameplay #egosoft
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Academic research and writing – Chapter 1 Foundations – Unit 5 Course structure
 
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https://academic-research-and-writing.org Academic research and writing Chapter 1 Foundations Unit 5 Course structure Abstract: Chapter 1 introduces you to the world of academic research and writing from a practical, terminological and philosophical perspective. To start with, four sample cases exemplify how academic research is embedded in professional, university, institutional and collaborative scenarios. As a thread for you, the topic “windmill financing”, appearing as a recurring theme throughout this course, is used in each of the four sample cases; however, every sample case describes a different setting in order to illustrate different manifestations of academic research. Furthermore, relevant key terms such as academia, science and theory as well as method, set of methods and methodology are discussed providing a terminological foundation for the content of the subsequent chapters. Philosophical considerations are presented in a concise way. The focus is on the terms truth and theories of truth as well as ontological positions and epistemic objectives. The concept of models, as simplifications of reality, is introduced. Finally, the structure of the subject matter “academic research and writing” is presented as a graphic. This illustration is used in order to explain the structure of the following chapters and will reappear as an entry point at the beginning of the subsequent chapters. Key terms: Academia, science, theory, method, set of methods, methodology, truth, theories of truth, ontological positions, epistemic objectives, model, subjectivism, objectivism, social constructivism, social ontology Course website: https://academic-research-and-writing... Author's weblog: https://christiandecker.de Supported by: http://icademicus.com
Fundamentals of Qualitative Research Methods: What is Qualitative Research (Module 1)
 
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Qualitative research is a strategy for systematic collection, organization, and interpretation of phenomena that are difficult to measure quantitatively. Dr. Leslie Curry leads us through six modules covering essential topics in qualitative research, including what is qualitative research and how to use the most common methods, in-depth interviews and focus groups. These videos are intended to enhance participants' capacity to conceptualize, design, and conduct qualitative research in the health sciences. Welcome to module 1. Patton M. Qualitative Research and Evaluation Methods, 3rd edition. Sage Publishers; 2002. Curry L, Nembhard I, Bradley E. Qualitative and mixed methods provide unique contributions to outcomes research. Circulation, 2009;119:1442-1452. Crabtree, B. & Miller, W. (1999). Doing qualitative research, 2nd edition. Newbury Park, CA:Sage. Schensul S, Schensul J. and Lecompte M. 2012 Initiating Ethnographic research: A mixed Methods Approach, Altamira press. Learn more about Dr. Leslie Curry http://publichealth.yale.edu/people/leslie_curry.profile Learn more about the Yale Global Health Leadership Institute http://ghli.yale.edu
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Foundations of Research - Why Choose Online Schooling?
 
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Foundations of Research - Why Choose Online Schooling?
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Nathan H. Lents - The Biological Foundations of Justice - John Jay Research Book Talk
 
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Publisher site: http://bit.ly/2dlM9Vv https://nathanlents.com/ John Jay College Professor of Molecular Biology and Director of the MaCauley Honors College Nathan H. Lents presents a talk based on his 2016 book 'Not So Different: Finding Human Nature in Animals' in John Jay College's main lecture hall, November 15th, 2016. Justice is widely understood as a purely human phenomenon. But what aspects of justice arise from nature and the social instincts present in our mammalian ancestors? Can the success or failure of systems of justice be predicted by their alignment with our ingrained social programming? Professor Lents explores these & related questions in a talk expanding on the thesis of his recent book Not So Different: Finding Human Nature in Animals. Nathan H. Lents is Professor of Molecular Biology and Director of the Macaulay Honors College at John Jay College of Criminal Justice. He studies the microbes that live on and in the human body in life and after death, and is a prolific public scholar on the biological foundations of cultural and social life at his Human Evolution Blog.
Views: 172 John Jay Research
The Foundations of Management and Employee Research
 
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Views: 115 Ryan Williams
Flipped Classroom Research Foundations #Paperslide - Dr. Lodge McCammon
 
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http://lodgemccammon.com/flip/ Flipping the classroom is an instructional method that has two parts. In part one, the teacher creates video lectures, making themselves transparent and accountable for all the content they are responsible for delivering to their students.. According to the research... Teacher-created video lectures can be 60-80% shorter than live lectures. Delivering the information using video lectures (inside and/or outside of the classroom) frees up a considerable about of class time. Teacher-created video lectures will capture students attention better than live lectures. Students can retain more of the information from a video, as opposed to the same information delivered live. Recording and offering these video lectures to students creates a self-paced learning environment. Students can watch their teacher’s lecture videos any time, as many times and wherever they need to in order to process the information. A self-paced learning environment can result in increased student achievement. Part two is where the teacher creates an active learning environment for students using the freed up time gained from more effective & efficient lecture delivery. Here are some simple & powerful strategies that can be used to activate student learning during the class period. Challenge students to collaborate with their peers while discussing and answering questions about the content. Have students create video artifacts of their learning. If students create 1-take videos during class time, it challenges them to put the content in their own words, allowing them take ownership of that information. This also gives them the ability to review and reflect on their work. And challenge student to get up and move while discussing the content. Movement strategies, even as simple as the walk and talk, will better activate the brain, and can increase cognition, memory, attention, academic performance, & creative thinking. The flipped classroom is all about using teacher-created video in smart ways to enhance lecture content. These videos free up class time that can be used to create an active learning environment. Hey...honestly, you don’t even have to call this the flipped classroom. In fact, what would you name this instructional method? Hmmm Think about it, rename it if you would like, but use these strategies tomorrow to enhance your classroom!
The Human Brain Project SP4: Mathematical and Theoretical Foundations of Brain Research
 
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The Human Brain Project's sub-project four: Mathematical and Theoretical Foundations of Brain Research will bring a mathematical framework to many different areas of HBP research. The main objectives of SP4 will be to i)provide mathematical techniques will be used to link different model types (from detailed to simplified), ii) provide models of brain signals at different scales, from cellular to large-scale iii) provide models of synaptic plasticity (4) provide models of several cognitive functions, such as perception-actions, attention, working memory as well as brain states such as wakefulness and sleep; iv) extract general principles of neural computation that can guide the design and implementation of Neuromorphic Computing Systems v) establish a European Institute of Theoretical Neuroscience to involve the theoretical community in HBP.
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Academic research and writing – Chapter 1 Foundations – Unit 4 Philosophical considerations
 
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https://academic-research-and-writing.org Academic research and writing Chapter 1 Foundations Unit 4 Philosophical considerations Abstract: Chapter 1 introduces you to the world of academic research and writing from a practical, terminological and philosophical perspective. To start with, four sample cases exemplify how academic research is embedded in professional, university, institutional and collaborative scenarios. As a thread for you, the topic “windmill financing”, appearing as a recurring theme throughout this course, is used in each of the four sample cases; however, every sample case describes a different setting in order to illustrate different manifestations of academic research. Furthermore, relevant key terms such as academia, science and theory as well as method, set of methods and methodology are discussed providing a terminological foundation for the content of the subsequent chapters. Philosophical considerations are presented in a concise way. The focus is on the terms truth and theories of truth as well as ontological positions and epistemic objectives. The concept of models, as simplifications of reality, is introduced. Finally, the structure of the subject matter “academic research and writing” is presented as a graphic. This illustration is used in order to explain the structure of the following chapters and will reappear as an entry point at the beginning of the subsequent chapters. Key terms: Academia, science, theory, method, set of methods, methodology, truth, theories of truth, ontological positions, epistemic objectives, model, subjectivism, objectivism, social constructivism, social ontology Course website: https://academic-research-and-writing... Author's weblog: https://christiandecker.de Supported by: http://icademicus.com
Foundations of Education Research Intro Video
 
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Hey Everyone, here is my intro video. I hope you enjoy it!
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Getting Foundation Grants, Research & Resources
 
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Visit this and other recorded webinars at https://gifts.csod.com/client/gifts/Login.html Learn how to become a better grantseeker! Join the Cornerstone OnDemand Foundation and the Foundation Center for an informative discussion on the world of private grantmaking and the essentials of grantseeking from foundations and corporations. Find out how best to identify which grantmakers to approach and which tools and resources can make your search more effective. Webinar attendees will learn about: •The structure and methodology of private grantmakers •How to access the best resources for seeking private grants •How to get free assistance from the Foundation Center's network and websites
OpenStack Foundation Brand Research Preview
 
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Over several months in 2018, ClearPath Strategies conducted research around OpenStack brand perception, the role of open source foundations and the role of open source. This community meeting focused on the preliminary findings from the research.
Research high performance envelopes   Foundations
 
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Following the "perfect wall" understanding of building envelopes, the control layers (thermal, moisture, air) belong on the outside of the structure. This approach protects the structure which is completely indoors 365 days per year and will work in all climate zones. This video deals with basement foundations. The sub slab is not included in this video, but includes control layers there too. We will continue to post videos for the rest of the house later.
Views: 87 Tom Schirber
7003 Foundations of Research Survey
 
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Empiricism and the Foundations of Psychology (Advances in Consciousness Research)
 
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https://www.amazon.com/Empiricism-Foundations-Psychology-Advances-Consciousness/dp/9027213534/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1472168787&sr=8-3&keywords=kuczynski+empiricism
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Do you know who laid the foundations of scientific research in Pakistan?
 
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Here is one person VCast Online thinks you must know about: Dr Salimuzzman Siddiqui. A scientist, a poet and an artist whose work continues to have impact today. Watch this video and know a little something about a Pakistani hero. (Turn on subtitles.)
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Download The Foundations of Social Research PDF
 
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Foundations of Masters Research Proposal
 
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This presentation was produced by Group 6 as part of our team project for USF course EME 6936 Distance Learning.
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Our dynamic toolbox: The research methods of Africa's Voices Foundation
 
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Using a mixed methods approach to research, Africa’s Voices generates nuanced insights into citizens’ opinions, beliefs, and practices, and provides development and governance actors with a crucial understanding into what shapes people’s behaviours. By integrating Data Science, Social Science, and a Human Understanding of local languages and contexts, Africa’s Voices carefully designs bespoke research and implements each project using a dynamic set of methods and tools. To prepare the textual data, we combine manual and automated labelling techniques. The processed dataset then enters our purposefully-built interface, where we visually explore the social media and text messages. Our interface offers a streamlined way to interpret data, build language resources, and lay the foundations for qualitative analysis. Next, through a social science lens, we find patterns in the data and discover how opinions, sentiment, and collective beliefs vary between different groups in society. We can automate and scale-up our analysis to large datasets by using artificial intelligence techniques, such as machine-learning. The result is a rich set of insights, which we present to our partners through interactive visualisations and reports. In collaboration with researchers at the University of Cambridge, we constantly refine our methods to remain at the cutting-edge of research techniques. Equipped with timely, actionable, and robust evidence, our partners can deliver programmes with lasting and meaningful impact across the African continent.
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Black Minds Matter Replay - Week 4 - Foundations of Black Male Research and Practice
 
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Features Professors Shaun R. Harper and Frank Harris III
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The Evolving Research Enterprise: The Role of Foundations  and Strategic Funding
 
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"The Evolving Research Enterprise: The Role of Foundations and Strategic Funding" Chair: Fred Stielow, PhD, American Public University System Janet Berkovitz, PhD, University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana Maryann Feldman, PhD, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Mark Crowell, Executive Director of U. Va. Innovation, Associate Vice President for Research, University of Virginia Elana Koustova, PhD, NIH, National Institute of Drug Abuse Max Wallace, JD, President and CEO, Accelerate Brain Cancer Cure
Academic research and writing – Chapter 1 Foundations – Unit 1 Context and relevance
 
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https://academic-research-and-writing.org Academic research and writing Chapter 1 Foundations Unit 1 Context and relevance Abstract: Chapter 1 introduces you to the world of academic research and writing from a practical, terminological and philosophical perspective. To start with, four sample cases exemplify how academic research is embedded in professional, university, institutional and collaborative scenarios. As a thread for you, the topic “windmill financing”, appearing as a recurring theme throughout this course, is used in each of the four sample cases; however, every sample case describes a different setting in order to illustrate different manifestations of academic research. Furthermore, relevant key terms such as academia, science and theory as well as method, set of methods and methodology are discussed providing a terminological foundation for the content of the subsequent chapters. Philosophical considerations are presented in a concise way. The focus is on the terms truth and theories of truth as well as ontological positions and epistemic objectives. The concept of models, as simplifications of reality, is introduced. Finally, the structure of the subject matter “academic research and writing” is presented as a graphic. This illustration is used in order to explain the structure of the following chapters and will reappear as an entry point at the beginning of the subsequent chapters. Key terms: Academia, science, theory, method, set of methods, methodology, truth, theories of truth, ontological positions, epistemic objectives, model, subjectivism, objectivism, social constructivism, social ontology Course website: https://academic-research-and-writing... Author's weblog: https://christiandecker.de Supported by: http://icademicus.com
Academic research and writing – Chapter 1 Foundations – Unit 0 Agenda
 
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https://academic-research-and-writing.org Academic research and writing Chapter 1 Foundations Unit 0 Agenda Abstract: Chapter 1 introduces you to the world of academic research and writing from a practical, terminological and philosophical perspective. To start with, four sample cases exemplify how academic research is embedded in professional, university, institutional and collaborative scenarios. As a thread for you, the topic “windmill financing”, appearing as a recurring theme throughout this course, is used in each of the four sample cases; however, every sample case describes a different setting in order to illustrate different manifestations of academic research. Furthermore, relevant key terms such as academia, science and theory as well as method, set of methods and methodology are discussed providing a terminological foundation for the content of the subsequent chapters. Philosophical considerations are presented in a concise way. The focus is on the terms truth and theories of truth as well as ontological positions and epistemic objectives. The concept of models, as simplifications of reality, is introduced. Finally, the structure of the subject matter “academic research and writing” is presented as a graphic. This illustration is used in order to explain the structure of the following chapters and will reappear as an entry point at the beginning of the subsequent chapters. Key terms: Academia, science, theory, method, set of methods, methodology, truth, theories of truth, ontological positions, epistemic objectives, model, subjectivism, objectivism, social constructivism, social ontology Course website: https://academic-research-and-writing... Author's weblog: https://christiandecker.de Supported by: http://icademicus.com
Foundations of Clinical Research
 
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X4 Foundations Let's play P5 | X4 [1.30] | PHQ, Claim a Cerberus, Research Gameplay
 
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Today in our X4 Foundations Let's play. We finish up the PHQ plot, get a free Cerberus and start the PHQ research tree and as always get into trouble, talk about stuff and things. ➤ My Let’s play gameplay playlist https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLKM7XG0f0X0g-hd-IT4s0p4m0RFfcW2_M ➤My let’s play gameplay Part 6 https://youtu.be/_Pp2f-R1Wqo X4 Foundations allows you to personally fly all ships. X4 will allow you to fly all ships personally. From small scouts over a wide range of ship classes up to the biggest carrier, everything can be piloted from the cockpit or an external view. A big focus in the development of X4 has been to achieve a seamless and immersive experience when moving between ships. You can leave a ship, climb down a ladder, walk over the dock of a large space station into another ship you may have parked there and replace the pilot that was working for you just by clicking on his chair. X4 Foundations uses modular stations and also ship upgrades. Building space stations and factories has always been a foundation of the X games. After gaining enough money through fighting or trading, most players want to establish their own economy and start influencing the universe on a larger scale. In X4, it is now possible to be completely free and creative. Stations can be constructed from a variety of modules, be it production modules, living sections, docks or many other types of parts. The powerful new map system allows you to drag and connect modules using a connection system to design your own unique creations. Ships also offer a variety of upgrades. Engines, weapons and other equipment can be added in a graphical editor and actually seen on the ship. X4 Foundations has the most dynamic universe in the X series. X4 will be the first X game to allow our races and factions to freely build and expand their empires; the same flexibility the player enjoys in creatively designing space stations from modular building blocks is also available to them. Races expand their empire based on supply and demand, which leads to an extremely dynamic universe where every action the player makes can influence the course of the entire universe. X4 Foundations gives players a highly detailed X economy every made in the X series One of the key selling points of X games has always been the realistic, simulated economy. Wares produced by hundreds of stations and transported by thousands of ships are actually traded by NPCs and prices develop based on this simulated economy. This is the foundation of our living and breathing universe. Now with X4, we have taken another, massive step. For the first time in any X game, all parts of the NPC economy are manufactured from resources. Ships, weapons, upgrades, ammo and even stations. You name it. Everything comes out of the simulated economy. X4 Foundations has researchable items and also unlocks teleportation The seamless change from ship to ship and from NPCs controlling your empire for you continues on a higher level. Once you own a larger fleet, you will be very interested in researching a technology from your HQ: Teleportation. Once you've unlocked teleportation, you can jump from ship to ship a lot quicker and experience all the critical situations your NPCs encounter first hand. Every order you have given to a ship before turns into a mission objective when you pilot the ship yourself. The moment you leave again, your pilot takes the helm and continues with their previous orders. In X4 Foundations, you can start your journey from a number of different gamestarts and as a number of different characters, each with their own role, set of relationships and different ships and technologies to start with. No matter how you start, you are always free to develop in any other direction. Focus on exploration, make money with illegal trading and theft, command large battle fleets or become the greatest entrepreneur ever. It's all up to you to decide. Check the game out at https://www.egosoft.com/ Egosoft forum: https://forum.egosoft.com/ #BaconMakesEverythingBetter #X4Foundations #Games
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Institute for Quantum Optics and Quantum Information – Vienna, Austrian Academy of Sciences IQOQI
 
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Building upon long tradition of fundamental research in physics in Vienna the IQOQI conduct theoretical and experimental research on the foundations of quantum physics and the physics of quantum information and develop new quantum technologies. On the experimental side, IQOQI focuses on the coherent control of individual photons and atoms to construct quantum-mechanical devices for quantum information. The research conducted at IQOQI in quantum foundations may open entirely new fields of research that we cannot currently predict. http://www.iqoqi-vienna.at
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Download The Foundations of Social Research PDF
 
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View the PDF Version Here : http://bit.ly/1KyZTQ3
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IMS-Microsoft Research Workshop: Foundations of Data Science - False Discovery Rates - a new deal
 
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Session Chair Intro - Rafael Irizarry Harvard University Session Chair Intro: Statistical and Computational Challenges in Biology Matthew Stephens University of Chicago False Discovery Rates - a new deal False Discovery Rate (FDR) methodology, first put forward by Benjamini and Hochberg, and further developed by many authors - including Storey, Tibshirani, and Efron - is now one of the most widely used statistical methods in large-scale scientific data analysis, particularly in genomics. A typical genomics workflow consists of i) estimating thousands of effects, and their associated p values; ii) feeding these p values to software (e.g. the widely used qvalue package) to estimate the FDR for any given significance threshold. In this talk we take a fresh look at this problem, and highlight two deficiencies of this standard pipeline that we believe could be improved. First, current methods, being based directly on p values (or z scores), fail to fully account for the fact that some measurements are more precise than others. Second, current methods assume that the least significant p values (those near 1) are all null - something that initially appears intuitive, but will not necessarily hold in practice. We suggest simple approaches to address both issues, and demonstrate the potential for these methods to increase the number of discoveries at a given FDR threshold. We also discuss the connection between this problem and shrinkage estimation, and problems involving sparsity more generally.
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