How to Lie to Yourself and Others with Statistics
Numbers and statistics are incredibly valuable in business and life. Understanding the empirical
evidence is vital to making the correct decision. Whether that is buying a house or planning a corporate expansion.
But numbers, like anything, can be misapplied and misinterpreted. Understanding the difference between false data and selective bias can help you judge for yourself how to present your statistics, and how to interpret someones else's statistical analysis.
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