Welcome to Simpson’s Paradox. If you have never heard of it, check out this 4 minute video from TEDtalks. Statistics are persuasive; people, organisations, and governments base important decisions on organised data. Mark Lidell uses some great examples to discuss why any set of statistics might have something lurking inside it that can turn the results completely upside down.
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