Jan Vanhove

Jan Vanhove

@janhove

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Multilingualism @unifr. Blogs about statistics and research design. Saxophone player of sorts.

Berne, Switzerland
Joined on November 27, 2011
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We looked inside some of the tweets by @janhove and here's what we found interesting.

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For the German morphologists among you. https://t.co/SXXQHe5iKi

For the German morphologists among you. https://t.co/SXXQHe5iKi

New article for the next "Currents in Language Learning": The Extraordinary Ordinary: Re‐engineering Multilingualism as a Natural Category by @RaphaelBerthele https://t.co/5GvnZwn7ee

humo
a month ago
Er staat ons een extreem droge zomer te wachten. Humo sprak met droogoloog Tim Verpaemel: 'Waar het écht nat is, komen geen schapen voor, de Noordzee is daar een goed voorbeeld van' https://t.co/s1t8NHaQ0c https://t.co/FffJngr1JB

Er staat ons een extreem droge zomer te wachten. Humo sprak met droogoloog Tim Verpaemel: 'Waar het écht nat is, komen geen schapen voor, de Noordzee is daar een goed voorbeeld van' https://t.co/s1t8NHaQ0c https://t.co/FffJngr1JB

New blog post: Interpreting regression models: a reading list https://t.co/xcOZisTbhr

New blog post: Nonparametric tests aren't a silver bullet when parametric assumptions are violated
https://t.co/2zQW3WLTj3 https://t.co/TD4hdLWNzM
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New blog post: Nonparametric tests aren't a silver bullet when parametric assumptions are violated https://t.co/2zQW3WLTj3 https://t.co/TD4hdLWNzM

Sol Lago
2 months ago

What could Ln/multilingualism learn from decades of L2 research? Joint work with Michela Mosca and Anna Stutter Garcia. I am sure not everyone will agree, but we wrote this to help start a discussion (rather than settle to it): https://t.co/pF8CXMB9Oy

Articles from the Currents in Language Learning issue edited by @RaphaelBerthele and muggins: Medieval English multilingualisms by Critten & Dutton: https://t.co/Hdn6FoGuVf Toward computational models of multilingual sentence processing by @StefanLFrank https://t.co/QelnUO6M3h

Now published online in a Language Learning special issue edited by @janhove and @RaphaelBerthele: my low-tech review of multilingual sentence-processing models (https://t.co/KnzUguBpqu). Thanks, anonymous reviewers, for helping to make it so much better than the preprint!

Toen ik aan de toog over m'n aanstaande verhuis naar Duitsland praatte, zei Eddy De Mey, die a little worse for wear naast ons zat, luidop "Duitsland! Goeie weerdienst!". Hij raadt iedereen https://t.co/jIDup6uWfa aan. https://t.co/k6UnHixqYD

Quoted @MavenofHonor

Now, more than ever, we should share our most mundane celebrity encounters. For example, in 2002 I saw Diane Keaton in the Gap

1995 of daaromtrent: In Tillegem-Bos deed @DerFrvde alsof hij mij (Anderlechtshirt) met de fiets omver ging rijden. https://t.co/k6UnHixqYD

Collinearity isn't a disease that needs curing https://t.co/NjE0LXAEOX

I suspect many applications of nonparametric tests are just mindless statistics. By substituting, say, a Mann-Whitney for a t-test, you change the statistical question, you're not really 'testing for the difference between medians', either. https://t.co/ItAAyLm3JF
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I suspect many applications of nonparametric tests are just mindless statistics. By substituting, say, a Mann-Whitney for a t-test, you change the statistical question, you're not really 'testing for the difference between medians', either. https://t.co/ItAAyLm3JF

I did a rough count of the number of hypothesis tests in empirical research articles in 4 applied linguistics/SLA journals in 2019. (The median number of graphs across the four journals was 1, by the way.) https://t.co/6HmpiqNIZw

I did a rough count of the number of hypothesis tests in empirical research articles in 4 applied linguistics/SLA journals in 2019. (The median number of graphs across the four journals was 1, by the way.) https://t.co/6HmpiqNIZw

To paraphrase Tower of Power: "Science! With a capital S!" https://t.co/lZeKI39sN2

To paraphrase Tower of Power: "Science! With a capital S!" https://t.co/lZeKI39sN2

The average research article in SLA just flings a bunch of numbers at the reader, but this one goes through the bother of explaining them https://t.co/SAlMMdbEuy https://t.co/yZuTdzHkhT

The average research article in SLA just flings a bunch of numbers at the reader, but this one goes through the bother of explaining them https://t.co/SAlMMdbEuy https://t.co/yZuTdzHkhT

Kitchen Nightmares (UK edition) but with regression models instead of food.

Eigenlob stinkt, but I think this is a nifty if smelly way of explaning p-vals to beginners: https://t.co/bdOICscjtO https://t.co/1aXGunhBtn
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Eigenlob stinkt, but I think this is a nifty if smelly way of explaning p-vals to beginners: https://t.co/bdOICscjtO https://t.co/1aXGunhBtn

New blog post: "Tutorial: Obtaining directly interpretable regression coefficients by recoding categorical predictors" https://t.co/joCde03Df2

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