Layman’s guide to understanding scientific research — bluebird of bitterness

“It has long been known…” I didn’t look up the original reference “A definite trend is evident…” These data are practically meaningless “While it has not been possible to provide definitive answers to the questions…” An unsuccessful experiment, but I still hope to get it published “Three of the samples were chosen for a detailed study…” The other results […]

via Layman’s guide to understanding scientific research — bluebird of bitterness.

Sadly, there’s more truth to her comments than fiction.

My undergrad and graduate Statistics professors both made the point – you can use the same set of statistics to prove or disprove a point.

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