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May 02, 2017


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Impressive, although keep in mind the near-zero correlation in the examples, which makes the problem more tractable. Drawing a picture of a dinosaur with a correlation of 0.81 would be much more difficult I think.


These examples should be mandatory for every freshman course in data analysis.

Thank you for making me aware of how I can lie with statistics ;-)

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