If you were fortunate enough to attend this year’s SAMRA conference, you would have got to hear some great talks in beautiful surroundings. It’s a testament to the presenters that most of us stayed inside to listen instead of going outside to play. If you read widely it can broaden your horizons and push your […]
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Way back in 1954, journalist Darrell Huff wrote ‘How to lie with Statistics’, a quirky little book as a ‘primer’ on how to lie with statistics and how to spot the tricks. It’s only 124 pages and filled with cartoons. You don’t need to know much about statistics and could finish it in a couple of hours. Despite some rather dated examples it’s as relevant today as it was just over 60 years ago. You’d be surprised to see how many anecdotes have modern day equivalents.