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These are the only effects for those who have incurred a latae sententiae excommunication. For instance, a priest may not refuse Communion publicly to those who are under an automatic excommunication, as long as it has not been officially declared to have been incurred by them, even if the priest knows that they have incurred it. [11] On the other hand, if the priest knows that excommunication has been imposed on someone or that an automatic excommunication has been declared (and is no longer merely an undeclared automatic excommunication), he is forbidden to administer Holy Communion to that person. [12] (see canon 915 ).

Let’s look at some more data:

Hmmm, well, doesn’t seem to be much interesting here, only a difference of .003. Clearly, your brain shows no response to eating bananas. Or does it?

Once again, we can’t interpret this graph without error bars. Let’s run the experiment a few more times and see what we get:

Ah ha – in this case, by showing the uncertainty in our numbers, we’ve revealed that there actually does seem to be a difference between these conditions. Their absolute difference may be quite small, but if we can show that this tiny difference still exists even after many rounds of data collection, perhaps it’s worth exploring further. That’s where error bars come in.

We are often taught that uncertainty is a bad thing – that it reflects weakness of character, a lack of enough data, a “wishy-washy” attitude, or an ineffective research approach. In reality, uncertainty is the most important thing that we have . It tells us not only what we believe about the world, but also how reasonable those beliefs are in the first place.

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When making arguments for the research world, explaining your uncertainty is crucial in order to be honest about your methods and your data. When making arguments to the general public, it’s essential for relating whether your information is worth believing in the first place.

As the world becomes increasingly “data-centric” it will become even more important for people to push for best-practices in data presentation.This means more error bars. So moving into the future, what should we do?

Ultimately, it’s our uncertainty about the world that drives humans to discover new ideas, invent new tools, and get to the bottom of things. Dealing with uncertainty is one of the most human endeavors, and knowing how to think about uncertainty makes you incredibly powerful in making decisions. So the next time that your co-worker tells you that they heard about a really interesting article that said we should all start studying bananas, make sure to ask them “are you sure about that?”

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Unfortunately, error bars around means rarely provide the key information required to understand the relevant uncertainty. In the vast majority of cases, it is the difference between means rather than the values of the individual means themselves that is of interest. Most readers don’t understand the relationship. One common misconception is that if the error bars do not overlap then the differnce is significant. Another misconception Is that if confidence intervals overlap then the difference is not significant.

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Regression curve indicating that the probability of a male fleeing during a colony-wide disturbance (a) decreases with the number of females residing on his territory (GLMM: = 247; β = −0.886; SE = 0.302; = 0.0033) and (b) increases with the maximum amplitude (loudness) of the vocalization in the colony immediately preceding the synchronous fleeing event (GLMM: = 247; β = 0.514; SE = 0.193; = 0.0078).

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Regression curve indicating that the probability of a male fleeing during a colony-wide disturbance (a) decreases with the number of females residing on his territory (GLMM: = 247; β = −0.886; SE = 0.302; = 0.0033) and (b) increases with the maximum amplitude (loudness) of the vocalization in the colony immediately preceding the synchronous fleeing event (GLMM: = 247; β = 0.514; SE = 0.193; = 0.0078).

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Generalized linear mixed model of the best predictors of male fleeing

Coefficients for covariates best predicting fleeing probability (GLMM). Male ID was modeled as a random effect (SD=0.7629). For comparisons with other models, please see Supplementary Table S2.

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Generalized linear mixed model of the best predictors of male fleeing

Coefficients for covariates best predicting fleeing probability (GLMM). Male ID was modeled as a random effect (SD=0.7629). For comparisons with other models, please see Supplementary Table S2.

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The mean order of return of males following a synchronous fleeing event was 3.65 (SD = 0.88). The “boldest” male had an ordinal return average of 2.72 while the most “fearful” male had an ordinal return average of 5.62. CLMM analyses showed that the number of females residing on a male’s territory and whether a nest was under construction were the best predictors of a male’s order of return following a synchronous fleeing event ( Figure 2 ; Table 2 ). Specifically, males were significantly more likely to return sooner if there were more females residing on his territory or if he was in the process of constructing a nest. Other models with additional sets of predictors to those included in the best model were also supported (Δ AIC < 2.0, Supplementary Table S3). These additional predictors included maximum amplitude, entropy, duration of vocalization, and maximum frequency. Using our best model to evaluate random effects by comparing a simple model without random effects, a more complex model was not supported. Within an individual male, mean order of return was lower on days when the minimum number of females were residents on his territory (mean = 3.05; SD = 1.30), compared to the maximum number of females (mean: 4.11; SD = 0.80), although this difference was not statistically significant (Wilcoxon’s V = 25, P = 0.3598).

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