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“It’s just too easy to be misled.”
Statistics in the News
The Drink of Death
How reliable is the claim that sugary drinks are killing 186,000 people a year? More
Badasses and Baysian Priors
Why C3PO was wrong about the odds of successfully navigating the Hoth asteroid field. More
The Next Wave of Biomedical Data
“Despite the hope that data science promises, we are faced with a dearth of skilled researchers who can mine and extract meaningful information from the vast amount of heterogeneous biomedical data.” More
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