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January 26, 2010

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I love Zed. He makes me seem all mellow and calm. Ahhhhhhh.

The problems Zed Raises in his article have nothing to do with statistics. It's merely logical problem solving quality, or the lack of it for some programmers.

The books Zed mentions at the end of his article will give programmers even a bigger anxiety towards statistics....

I probably would be much nicer, but I have had the blind man conversation sooo many times. Just substitute biologist/engineer/social scientist etc for programmer. Sigh

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