Statistical Hypothesis Testing - Top Researchers, Institutions And Best Papers

Statistical Hypothesis Testing - Top Researchers, Institutions And Best Papers

Madhavan M
Madhavan M

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Introduction

In statistics, hypothesis testing is an extension of the scientific method. It serves to evaluate a specific problem, for example that a drug alleviates pain, or that a coin is not fair. In this procedure, the null hypothesis H0 is assumed to be true. Then some data are observed and from these data a conclusion is drawn (called an inference). A statistical hypothesis test tries to show that the inference cannot reasonably be due to random chance, but it can never prove that H 0 is true.Over the lifetime, 19.5k publication(s) have been published within this topic receiving 103.78k citation(s). The topic is also known as: statistical hypothesis testing & confirmatory data analysis.

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Top Experts in Statistical Hypothesis Testing Research

  1. Leandro Pardo
Leandro Pardo

Leandro Pardo is a academic researcher from Complutense University of Madrid. The author has contributed to research in topic(s): Estimator & Divergence (statistics). The author has an hindex of 25, co-authored 250 publication(s) receiving 2836 citation(s). Previous affiliations of Leandro Pardo include Bowling Green State University; National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM); National Polytechnic Institute (IPN).

2. Eric-Jan Wagenmakers

Eric-Jan Wagenmakers

Eric-Jan Wagenmakers is a Professor in Psychology and Cognitive science at the University of Amsterdam, known for his research on Bayes factors, meta-analysis and statistics. He currently co-chairs a regular conference series covering topics such as Bayesian approaches to cognition and Other topics in psychology such as perception, memory and decision making. Eric-Jan Wagenmakers is a professor at the University of Amsterdam and a former editor of Psychological Science. With 372 publications and 39.4k citations, his hindex is 86. In addition, he has 2 books with Springer Publishing Company.

3. Florent Retraint

Florent Retraint

Florent Retraint is a researcher from University of Technology of Troyes. His research interests include statistical hypothesis testing & Likelihood-ratio test. Florent has published 69 articles, received 959 citations and has an hindex of 18. Among his publications are “Factor mix models with non-informative priors: nonparametric estimation and applications to reliability” and “Estimation of an underlying common factor in probabilistic mixtures: An application to spatial data”.

4. Remi Cogranne

Remi Cogranne

Remi Cogranne is a researcher from Centre national de la recherche scientifique. He has contributed to research in topics such as Statistical hypothesis testing & Steganalysis. The author has an hindex of 23, co-authored 92 publication(s) receiving 2.85k citation(s). Previous affiliations include University of Technology of Troyes.He is currently associated with the Centre national de la recherche scientifique (CNRS), where he coordinates an international collaboration on algorithmics for intrusion detection.

5. Narayanaswamy Balakrishnan

Narayanaswamy Balakrishnan

Narayanaswamy Balakrishnan is a research professor at McMaster University. His research focuses on the analysis of integrated, multi-level data, with particular emphasis on sensitivity experiments and statistical models for variance estimation. He has also worked in the fields of environmental statistics and Bayesian methods. The author has an hindex of 82, co-authored 1.34k publication(s) receiving 42.66k citation(s). Previous affiliations of Narayanaswamy Balakrishnan include Louisiana State University & National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.

Top Institutions in Statistical Hypothesis Testing Research

  1. Harvard University
Harvard University

Harvard University is a research university based in Cambridge, Massachusetts. It is known for its undergraduate and graduate programs, and with its main campus located in the historic Harvard Yard. The school also has satellite campuses across all of New England, numerous international sites around the world, and a campus on the Moon. Their subject areas include human studies, science & mathematics, social sciences, law & public policy and business administration. They have published 530388 papers receiving 38152182 citations so far.

2. Stanford University

Stanford University

Stanford University is a private research university located in Palo Alto, California, United States. Stanford has been recognized as one of the world's most prestigious universities for its exceptional academic performance, wealth and influence, and alumni stature. It consistently ranks among the top three universities in the world and is widely considered to be one of the most selective universities in the United States. It is known for research contribution in the topic(s): Population & Transplantation. The organization has 125751 authors who have published 320347 publication(s) receiving 21892059 citation(s).

3. University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign

University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign

The University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign (also known as the University of Illinois, UIUC, or simply Illinois) is a large public research university in Urbana, Illinois. With over 52,000 students (including nearly 10,000 graduate students), it was the foundation of the first public ivy league and has been recognized as the father of modern public universities. It is known for research contribution in the topic(s): Population, Poison control.The organization has 102114 authors who have published 225158 publication(s) receiving 10116369 citation(s).

4. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is a public research university located in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, United States. It has a total undergraduate enrollment of 24,828, its setting is suburban, and the campus size is 1,712 acres. UNC-Chapel Hill has 5 areas of study related to Demographer. They are: Environmental Sciences , biological science , public health , mathematics , and computer science. It has 81393 authors who have published 185327 publication(s) receiving 9948508 citation(s). It is mainly known for research contribution in the topic(s): Population & Poison control.

5. University of Wisconsin-Madison

University of Wisconsin-Madison

University of Wisconsin-Madison is a public research university in Madison, Wisconsin. It was created from the merger of the University of Wisconsin–Madison, which was founded in 1848 and became a land-grant institution in 1869, and the Wisconsin State Normal School, which was opened in 1866 as the first teacher-training school on the West Coast.This organization is known for research contribution in the topic(s): Poison control. The organization has 108707 authors who have published 237594 publication(s) receiving 11883575 citation(s).

Top Journals and Conferences publishing in Statistical Hypothesis Testing Research

Journals:

  1. arXiv: Methodology

arXiv: Methodology is an academic journal that publishes papers on the methodology of scientific research in computer and information science, mathematics, physics and quantitative biology. The descriptions of methods are either technical or conceptual and might include new algorithms for solving problems or statistical analysis procedures suitable for application to particular sets of data.Over the lifetime, 13056 publication(s) have been published receiving 98.75k citation(s).

2. Research Papers in Economics

Research Papers in Economics is a widely cited and respected academic journal dedicated to publishing high quality research on a broad range of topics, including macroeconomics, microeconomics, applied econometrics, financial economics, development economics and public economics. It also publishes original contributions on any other area within the broad field of economics that is of relevance to policy formation. Among the 446769 publication(s) published over the lifetime, 6278863 citation(s) have been received. The journal is also known as: RePEc & repec.org.

3. arXiv: Statistics Theory

arXiv: Statistics Theory is an academic journal that publishes short, rapid communication articles and research notes on theory, methodology, and applications of statistics. arXiv provides source access to papers, and these are published in the format of preprints at arxiv.org by Cornell University Library where they can be deposited, collected and preserved in perpetuity. This policy ensures that researchers will have access to papers even if their publishers fail or Fold.Over the lifetime, 11853 publication(s) have been published receiving 156563 citation(s).

Conferences:

  1. International Conference on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing

The International Conference on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing (ICASSP) is the flagship conference in the area of signal processing. ICASSP has been held every year since 1974, in various countries and cities across the world. ICASSP offers several main tracks that include modern developments in speech processing, audio engineering, feature extraction and representation, machine learning. Over the lifetime, 46388 publication(s) have been published by the conference receiving 794416 citation(s).The conference publishes majorly in the area(s): Speech processing & Adaptive filter. This is a peer-reviewed conference with emphasis on work of high quality, both from the point of view of significance, originality, clarity and presentation.

2.  International Symposium on Information Theory

The International Symposium on Information Theory (ISIT) is an academic conference held each year.The conference publishes a wide range of topics including fundamental and applied aspects of information theory, coding theory, and telecommunications at both the undergraduate and graduate level.Over the lifetime, 15336 publication(s) have been published by the conference receiving 286647 citation(s). The conference publishes articles that are often highlighted in the top journals of the world.

Top Papers (Last 10 Years)

2020

Papers Authors Citations
Using Bayes factor hypothesis testing... Christian Keysers 126
Improving Inferences about Null Effects... Daniel Lakens 115
HyPhy 2.5-A Customizable Platform... Sergei L Kosakovsky Pond 106
Recent Trends in the Use of Statistical... Jacinto Carrasco 101
The hardness of conditional independence... Rajen D. Shah 100

2019

Papers Authors Citations
Raincloud plots: a multi-platform tool... Micah Allen 495
Abandon Statistical Significance Blakeley B. McShane 398
Inferential statistics as descriptive... Valentin Amrhein 139
Why You Should Always Include a Random... Jan Paul Heisig 103
Learning New Physics from a Machine R. T. D’Agnolo 100

2018

Papers Authors Citations
Correlation Coefficients: Appropriate... Patrick Schober 1264
Bayesian inference for psychology... Eric-Jan Wagenmakers 804
Bayesian inference for psychology. Part I: Eric-Jan Wagenmakers 641
Equivalence Testing for Psychological Research: Daniel Lakens 421
The Bayesian New Statistics: Hypothesis... John K. Kruschke 380

2017

Papers Authors Citations
Two-Condition Within-Participant... Amanda K. Montoya 392
Sequential hypothesis testing with Bayes... Felix D. Schönbrodt 246
A guide to null models for animal social... Damien R. Farine 232
A general introduction to adjustment for... Shi-Yi Chen 230
Time for a Change: a Tutorial for Comparing... Alessio Benavoli 226

2016

Papers Authors Citations
Statistical tests, P values, confidence... Sander Greenland 1182
Recursive partitioning for heterogeneous... Susan Athey 703
Exact post-selection inference, with application ... Jason D. Lee 528
“The Stippling Shows Statistically... Daniel S. Wilks 343
False discovery rates: a new deal Matthew Stephens 322

2015

Papers Authors Citations
Statistical topological data analysis using... Peter Bubenik 510
Recursive partitioning for heterogeneous... Susan Athey 703
Controlling the false discovery rate via knockoffs Rina Foygel Barber 424
“Exceeding chance level by chance:... Etienne Combrisson 377
Sample Size Requirements for Discrete-Choice... Esther W. de Bekker-Grobs 293

2014

Papers Authors Citations
When to use the Bonferroni correction Richard A. Armstrong 1166
What Are the Odds? A Practical Guide to Computing... Andrew F. Jarosz 690
Model selection for ecologists: the worldviews of... Ken Aho 662
Confidence intervals and hypothesis testing... Adel Javanmard 627
Log-transformation and its implications... Changyong Feng 401

2013

Papers Authors Citations
Random effects structure for confirmatory... Dale J. Barr 5453
Revised standards for statistical evidence Valen E. Johnson 604
Calculating statistical power in Mendelian... Marie-Jo Brion 489
Performance evaluation of hydrological... Axel Ritter 466
On evaluating stream learning algorithms João Gama 357

2012

Papers Authors Citations
The Rules of the Game Called Psychological Science Marjan Bakker 524
The trouble with isolation by distance Patrick G. Meirmans 474
Statistical aspects of equivalent... R.F. Galbraith 425
A default Bayesian hypothesis test for correlations... Ruud Wetzels 373
Perceptions as Hypotheses: Saccades as... Karl J. Friston 332

2011

Papers Authors Citations
Asymptotic formulae for likelihood-based... G. A. Cowan 2418
Cryptic multiple hypotheses testing in linear models:... Wolfgang Forstmeier 342
A tutorial on a practical Bayesian alternative... Michael E. J. Masson 639
Statistical Evidence in Experimental... Ruud Wetzels 588
Inference with “Difference in Differences”... Timothy G. Conley 428

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