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Rare is the statistician who can write- don't miss William Briggs lucid and disinterested introduction to whence the data underlying the policy debate come, and what happened to their error bars along the way.
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Many statisticians are clear-minded and write clearly. For instance, Milton Friedman had a spell as a statistician before becoming a data-respectful economist. Milton wrote clearly and influenced others.
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February 15, 2008 at 03:45 PM
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