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About Statistics

  • Author Mark Twain once described statisticians as people who can have their heads stuck in an oven and their feet trapped in an ice cube, but they still feel that averagely, their health condition is really good.
  • Statistics describe the collection, analysis and organization of data and can sometimes be, as it can be seen in Twain’s example, open to many different interpretations, depending on who is analysing the set of data.
  • There is no one-correct-way as such to interpret data, but it is always helpful to compare different statistics to improve results.
  • How do I undertake statistical research? What do I have to consider? How do I interpret data correctly?
  • Our speakers can help along with answering these questions in a general way, but also for your individual project.
  • Book one of our speakers and learn to understand the world of statistics.
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