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KamahlYrgybly t1_j7fn4qx wrote

Some of those 95% confidence intervals contain 1,0, yet the conclusion states that there is an effect. Eg. all-cause mortality (0,92-1,14).

I'm a bit rusty with statistics, but doesn't that mean that the effect is not statistically relevant?


guyincognito121 t1_j7hy6u5 wrote

Yes. But the p-value was 0.008 for their nonlinear fit. The other two showed significance in the linear fit.


Dopamine_ADD_ict t1_ja4tmn4 wrote

The user who posted is a pro-meat propagandist. They literally don't care.