16th International Conference on NDM

October 25 – 27, 2022 | Orlando, FL + Virtual (Limited)

BLOG | 0.01 and 0.05: Re-examining the Concept of “Statistical Significance”

KEY POINTS The concept of statistical significance is often subject to misinterpretation by non-statisticians Statistics as a field is wide-open for innovation This blog was written by Robert Hoffman, Senior Research Scientist at IHMC (retired). He is also a founding force in the Naturalistic Decision Making community. This is the first of what will be aContinue reading “BLOG | 0.01 and 0.05: Re-examining the Concept of “Statistical Significance””

BLOG | A Historical Review of the NDM Movement

Reflecting on how far NDM has come and where it is headed KEY POINTS   This blog was written by Jan Maarten Schraagen, Principal Scientist at TNO, as well as the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Cognitive Engineering and Decision Making. He is also a long-time leader of the Naturalistic Decision Making community. You can readContinue reading “BLOG | A Historical Review of the NDM Movement”