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Learning from One's Mistakes
Created by R.D. Lee for the Royal Statistics Society, this article describes an exercise, which highlights the effect of sampling without replacement in small populations, and leads to consideration of the relative...
The First Shall Be Last
This article, created by Bryan Wilson, provides the example of student form orders to demonstrate the unreliability of combining data from two different distributions (or subjects). The author provides charts, graphs...
Some Anecdotes and Analogies for Illustrating Statistical Ideas
This article, created by Dennis O. Chanter of Huntingdon Research Centre, provides fun, "real life" examples of various statistical concepts, which can enliven lecture and illustrate such concepts for better...
Judgment by Sampling (2)
This article, created by A.F. Bissell of Abergavenny, follows Judgment by Sampling (1), in which the author analyzes a quality control problem. This paper presents the operating characteristic curve for the sampling...
Reasonable Averages That Give Wrong Answers
Averages are meant to convey the essential features of a set of data, or a random variable, in a simple and a concise way. Like any other summary, an average can be misleading, misused and abused; there is a fair amount...
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