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By the 18th century, the term "statistics" designated the systematic collection of demographic and economic data by states.
The term "mathematical statistics" designates the mathematical theories of probability and statistical inference, which are used in statistical practice.
Blaise Pascal, an early pioneer on the mathematics of probability.

How statistics can be misleading - Mark Liddell

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Is this not confounding? Or is it only confounding when its related to human health? (epidemiology)
There is a german saying: "Glaub keiner Statistik, die du nicht selbst gefällscht hast." => Don't belive a statistik if you have not faked it yourselfe.
78% of all statistics are made up by the person reporting them.

91% of the population knows this!
it is a miracle that you are alive because almost every human that has ever lived is dead...
This is like gerrymandering in the US smh
Lol the grandma has a health bar
Awesome video!
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We have ab test in game development which is similar
Gee murder is still legal in the US wtf
the president of the united states of america is simpson's paradox
Those are some hospitals, curing wheelchairitis.
i didn't understand the first example , you said that if you divide the patients to good and bad health at arrival , how did you know that only 100 arrived with Bad health at Hospital A
The hospital a and b is American because you have NHS here in the UK
Did you know that 78% of statistics are made up on the spot
42% of all statistics are made up. — Benjamin Disraeli
Why would a good health person go to the hospital? Data is manipulated by teded :D
To compare two sistems, you must apply the same treatment (in this case, the same set of patients) to both sistems

What is statistics?
Statistics is a mathematical body of science that pertains to the collection, analysis, interpretation or explanation, and presentation of data, or as a branch of mathematics.