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Statistics, Sense and Nonsense

by Helen M. Walker - 1954

The author describes some of the ways in which statistical facts and statistical ideas impinge on the life of an ordinary person. Statistical methods have in this year 1954 reached such an importance as a fundamental language that the educated person who wishes to be fully at home in our world needs at least some general acquaintance with them.

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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 56 Number 2, 1954, p. 68-73
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 4733, Date Accessed: 8/4/2021 3:09:22 PM

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