Statistics are persuasive. They validate a truth or dispel rumors and lies. They create the basis for important decisions. They make us smarter.
When British Prime Minister Benjamin Disraeli uttered, “There are three kinds of lies: lies, damned lies, and statistics,” he might have thought differently had he had the power of statistics software at his fingertips. His arguments and decisions would have been more impactful and insightful.
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