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If an argument mentions a survey, sample, or study as evidence, question its representativeness: 1) are the right things studied?; 2) are enough things studied?; 3) is enough time taken into account?

What would overusing #data mean? It could be finding correlation between unrelated factors. #funny #humor

An Engineer's Aspect: Mean Psychology (A Statistics Cartoon) - Cartoon Thursday

my life. too good not to pin. back to statistics :)

The one skewed observations that made your teacher make you repeat the experiment UGHH

1 in 10 Have Sent Sexts to the Wrong Person [INFOGRAPHIC] - A poll conducted by U.K.-based mobile news site Recombu among 2,000 adults revealed that almost half (47%) of the England sends sexy texts to their significant other. Of that adventurous group, about 11% have mistakenly sent sexts to the wrong person, such as family members or friends.- Mashable 04/19/12

xkcd - "Correlation doesn't imply causation, but it does waggle its eyebrows suggestively and gesture furtively while mouthing 'look over there'."

Hilarious, the dog's stomach is like THE PETTING ZONE while a cat's stomach is certain death while the fish, you don't even touch.

I have no intentions of being a teacher but this would be awesome