How to Lie with Statistics
This classic text is a brief and readable introduction for the general reader on one of the complicated, and easily confused, topic of statistics. Over the years it has become one of the most widely read introductions to statistics and clearly shows how statistics can be used and abused to mislead and distort reality. Covers topics such as correlation, sampling, and shows how the numbers and their presentations can lie or at least obscure the truth.
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