JASP at APS 2018

The 30th Annual Convention of the Association for Psychological Science takes place this weekend in San Francisco. Johnny van Doorn and myself will present JASP on two different occasions:

  1. We will present JASP at the Open Science Pavilion. You can drop by to say hi, collect some JASP stickers, or get a sneak peek at the upcoming version of JASP (which, imo, is simply spectacular). Just look for us in our JASP shirts. This is what we looked like last year, during the ESCOP conference in Potsdam:

  2. On Saturday at 10:40am, Johnny will present his work “Rank-Based Bayesian Inference” in Yosemite B. The talk is part of an invited symposium “Bayesian Methods for the Pragmatic Psychologist”. Other speakers are Alex “The Voice of JASP” Etz, and Julia Haaf. I will briefly introduce the topic.

    As part of his work on Bayesian rank-based inference, Johnny has implemented his Bayesian Mann-Whitney test in the developer’s version of JASP. Pretty neat stuff — come check it out when you’re around!


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Eric-Jan Wagenmakers

Eric-Jan (EJ) Wagenmakers is professor at the Psychological Methods Group at the University of Amsterdam. EJ guides the development of JASP.