What are long-term error rates and how do you control them?

I stumbled upon an article which used a Bonferroni correction to ‘control’ family-wise error rates. While this isn’t shocking by itself, I was happily surprised by how they applied it. This is what they wrote: “In order to account for multiple comparisons, statistical significance was set at a p-value of less than 0.0056 (.05/9 tests) using … Read more