Thomas Perneger points us to this amusing quiz on statistics terminology:

Lots more where that came from.

Posted by Andrew on 7 November 2018, 9:24 am

Thomas Perneger points us to this amusing quiz on statistics terminology:

Lots more where that came from.

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I brought this to lunch (with 3 other statisticians).

Lots of fun, although we didn’t get many yet. But then there’s next week’s lunch.