Something that has always troubled me with statistics is the pretense of certainty. The conclusions – being closely associated with calculations – tend to be reached rapidly. I might only be starting to give a problem some thought – although a statistician has already drawn conclusions. Over time, this can make a person feel insecure about his intellectual capacity – and perhaps cause him to w…
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