Methodology & Statistics

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Methodology: Sampling

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Correlation vs. Causation
The Visual Representation of Complexity: Definitions, Examples & Learning Points
Writing A Research Question
A Look at Logical Fallacies
A Rough Guide to Spotting Bad Science
10 Types of Data Analysis
10 Types of Data Analysis: • Mathematical and Statistical Methods • Regression Analysis • Factor Analysis • Discriminant Analysis • Time Series • Neural Networks • Decision Trees • Evolutionary Algorithms • Fuzzy Logic
Why Not to Trust Statistics
We Aren't The World: Western Bias in Behavioral Research
They're at it again, 2020.
They're at it again. Once more, the White House is using a bar chart to plot cumulative test numbers--without even labeling the numbers as cumulative, May 2020 ~ @CT_Bergstrom
24 Logical Fallacies
What's wrong with this pie chart?
The Logical Fallacies Collection: 30 Ways to Lose an Argument
How numbers that appear equitable can obscure bias
Scenario 1: The police officer stops 20 people pulling aside equal numbers of Black and white people. Of the 20 people stopped, the officer uses force against 8 of them. The police officer used force against stopped white people and stopped Black people at the same rate: 40%. But that's not the only scenario that can lead to that 40% number. Scenario 2: This time, of the 100 people the officer sees, he stops 50. But this time he is biased in whom he pulls aside...