Thinking like a statistician (continuously) rather than like a civilian (discretely)

John Cook writes: When I hear someone say “personalized medicine” I want to ask “as opposed to what?” All medicine is personalized. If you are in an emergency room with a broken leg and the person next to you is lapsing into a diabetic coma, the two of you will be treated differently. The aim … Continue reading Thinking like a statistician (continuously) rather than like a civilian (discretely)