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In 2004, when we proposed guidelines for reporting statistics (3), we did so from the sole perspective of an author.1 But we recognize that all of us–authors and reviewers alike–must strive to use and report statistics in ways that are consistent with best practices (4). We also understand there is long-standing inertia that must be overcome before standard deviations, confidence intervals, and precise P values are reported routinely in journals published by the American Physiological Society (APS). In his article (8), Morton recounts his encounters with this inertia.

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