Discussion and comments : strong versus weak significance tests and the role of meta-analytic procedures
Journal de la société française de statistique, Volume 145 (2004) no. 4, p. 47-53
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Kwan, Ernest; Friendly, Michael. Discussion and comments : strong versus weak significance tests and the role of meta-analytic procedures. Journal de la société française de statistique, Volume 145 (2004) no. 4, pp. 47-53. http://www.numdam.org/item/JSFS_2004__145_4_47_0/

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