The p‐value statement, five years on

@article{Matthews2021ThePS,
  title={The p‐value statement, five years on},
  author={Robert Matthews},
  journal={Significance},
  year={2021},
  volume={18}
}
The American Statistical Association's 2016 p‐value statement generated debates and disagreements, editorials and symposia, and a plethora of ideas for how science could be changed for the better. Now, five years on, Robert Matthews asks what, if anything, has the statement achieved? 
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