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Depends. By and large, Ioannidis's paper is pointing out the basic consequences of the alpha and beta parameters in Neyman-Pearson hypothesis testing, so there's a very good argument that this paper is merely statistics, and statistics is generally considered to be mathematics, and mathematics not science but its own thing.



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