1 Boring Old Man revisits the Robert Gibbons articles in light of David Healy’s presentation to the APA last week; “His papers had no data, only a terse description of his analytics that were hard to follow and impossible to reproduce, and his conclusions that were counter to any other meta-analysis done on these same studies. The problem? None of the rest of us have the data. Lilly gave it to him, but neither Lilly nor he made it available to the rest of us.”
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