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Statistics; a matter of life or death

Statistics are often used and misused in a wide spectrum of areas such as health, business and law. In this talk Dr Padraig Kirwan WIT will explore the tools used by a range of professionals to support their claims in support of their treatments, drugs, products or cases. It will also look at the misuse of statistics and the danger of extrapolating from personal experience to broad generalisations
What
  • Location: Munster
  • Secondary
When Oct 16, 2017
from 09:00 AM to 10:00 AM
Where Waterford Ursuline Secondary school
Attendees secondary school : senior cycle
By invitation only
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By invitation only