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Why do stat publications use std err or tvals instead of pvals?

Why do stat publications use std err or tvals instead of pvals?

Why do stat publications use std err or tvals instead of pvals?

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Not exactly a "technical" question as much as a mathematical or formatting one.

I've read many publications where statistical results are provided in figures or tables. Seldom have I seen the use of p-values to explain statistical significance, instead standard errors or t-values are shown.

Correct me if I'm wrong, but aren't p-values just as mathematically relevant as either?

Is it because p-values are just easier to read? People need to prove they are smart or something?

It's odd, in all my work, I make my output have p-values to interpret the results, then for presentation I replace them with standard errors or t-values only because all the other publications and all my peers do it.

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