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According to statisticians, it set all-time highs in civil discourse and social unity.
TRUST ME (EP. 266 REBROADCAST)STEPHEN J. DUBNERDECEMBER 31, 2020FREAKONOMICS
First, there was a note from a statistician with an update on the virus’s spread — a color-coded map of South Dakota that showed active cases skyrocketing in many counties.
For decades, statisticians, social scientists, psychologists, and economists have spent endless amounts of time studying and debating whether streaks actually exist.
The statistician said a third study should be conducted to clear the matter up.
That allows statisticians like me to assess whether the observed number of deaths looks unusual compared to what we expect to see.
One of them, Justin Silverman, is a doctor and statistician.
The criminalist gives the statistician the figures but the latter can derive no significant principles from them.
We deal primarily with the accounting department, which includes the statistician's department too, and the executive department.
Dr. Berthold is a well-known statistician, writer, and authority on matters pertaining to German labor colonies.
In recent years the comptroller, or the auditor, as you may prefer to call him, has become more and more of a statistician.
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