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Protectionism vs empowerment in the teaching of statistics

February 3, 2013
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Protectionism vs empowerment in the teaching of statistics

Where are you on the Fastidiousness Scale? Sometimes statisticians just have to let go, and accept that some statistical analysis will be done in less than ideal conditions, with fairly dodgy data and more than a few violated assumptions.  Sometimes … Continue reading →

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Protectionism vs empowerment in the teaching of statistics

February 3, 2013
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Protectionism vs empowerment in the teaching of statistics

Where are you on the Fastidiousness Scale? Sometimes statisticians just have to let go, and accept that some statistical analysis will be done in less than ideal conditions, with fairly dodgy data and more than a few violated assumptions.  Sometimes … Continue reading →

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