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- n. The quality or state of being irreplicable; incapability of being replicated.
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In addition to dumping on the HS, Von Storch dumped all over non-replicability of multiproxy studies.
This non-replicability of simple steps in MBH98 is unfortunately all too common in practice.
In the earlier article, we pointed out non-replicability of MBH98 principal components using conventional algorithms, but were then unable to precisely diagnose the defects in their method as we did in the 2005 article.
The non-replicability of Esper’s results is pretty stark.
Previously we’ve noted the non-replicability of certain MBH98 steps, but, since relevant intermediate calculations were archived, we were able to proceed using the archived intermediate calculations.