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Gary Klass Tom Knapp Othmar Winkler Judea Pearl Herbert I. Weisberg J. Cornfield Wayne Winston Conrad Carlberg Jeffrey Bennett John Brignell Dennis Haack

 

 

 

These authors have written books that are a major influence on statistical literacy. 

  •   Gary Klass (picture above) has written a textbook on the use statistics in describing social and economic data.

  •   Tom Knapp has written on the use and misuse of percentages: "the most useful statistics ever invented".

  •   Othmar Winkler has written on the use and misuse of statistics in describing social and economic data.

  •   Judea Pearl focuses on the relationship between probability and causality.

  •   Herbert Weisberg has written on the use and misuse of percentages: "the most useful statistics ever invented".

  •   Jerome Cornfield  deduced the minimum effect size necessary for a confounder to explain an observed association if spurious.

  •   Wayne Winston uses Excel for Marketing Analytics.  

  •   Conrad Carlberg shows how Excel can be used for statistical analysis of big data.  

  •   Jeffrey Bennett has written a great overview of the quantitative ideas that really are needed for life today..

  •   John Brignell has written on innumeracy and bureaucratic science (BS).

  •   Dennis Haack has written on statistical double-speak.  

  •   David and Phyllis Whitin have written on teaching students how to read numbers

 

TWELVE TOP ACADEMIC AUTHORS

KLASS

KNAPP

WINKLER

FUNG

WINSTON

CARLBERG

STEEN

BENNETT

BRIGNELL

MOORE

HAACK

PEARL

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