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7/17/2015
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Lisa Morgan
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9 Causes Of Data Misinterpretation

Data can prove just about anything. Most organizations want to come to the right decisions, but faulty conclusions and bad outcomes can happen. Here's why.
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7/24/2015 | 2:38:58 PM
Excellent summary of statiscally fallacies
These are the topics covered in most any business statistics course, but many still fall victim to them. I see the correlation versus causation problem a lot. Not sure if this is due to lack of education or experience or some sort of logical laziness that prevents some from digging further and asking critical questions. What is the old adage? 90% of statistics are made up... Don't make important business decisions without the right level of and the right kind of analysis.
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