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How to Lie with Statistics, by Darrell Huff
How statistics are used to “sensationalize, inflate, confuse, and oversimplify.” Statistical flim-flam is laid bare in this 1954 classic. Humorous and clearly written. Suitable for students, or as a refresher course for anyone interested in statistics.
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