Dr Nathan Green’s new series of columns in the Guardian

Posted on December 2, 2011


While reading the Guardian online I accidentally stumbled upon a new series of columns written by Dr Nathan Green. He, upon closer inspection, turns out to be a colleague of mine here at Manchester.

I am convinced you’ll find this as interesting as me, especially if you don’t work with statistics on a daily basis (and why would you…). A copy-pasted introduction tells us:

It’s the most abused and misunderstood of tools. In a new series Nathan Green shows how statistics can help make sense of life’s perplexing data and distinguish facts from distortions

So, here are the links to his first two columns:
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