Statistics for the Terrified
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- - What is risk? The nature of risk, and how to assess media statements of increased or decreased risk.
- - Conditional probability A look at conditional probability, using the example of health tests.
- - Median and mean? The use of 'averages', illustrated by a media debate on UK household incomes.
- - Evening the odds Handling problems in probability, using the Professor Roy Meadows case
- - The prosecutor's fallacy How probability can confuse the law courts
- - Clinical trials Some general issues following a drugs trial which ended with six men on life support.
- - n - sample size How a larger sample size helps uncover a significant result.