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'An important and comprehensive new book'―Hannah Fry, The New Yorker

'David Spiegelhalter's The Art of Statistics shines a light on how we

can use the ever-growing deluge of data to improve our understanding of

the world.... The Art of Statistics will serve students well. And it

will be a boon for journalists eager to use statistics responsibly --

along with anyone who wants to approach research and its reportage with

healthy skepticism.'―Evelyn Lamb, Nature'The Art of Statistics

is alight with Spiegelhalter's enthusiasm .... It leaves readers with a

better handle on the ins and outs of data analysis, as well as a

heightened awareness that, as Spiegelhalter writes, 'Numbers may appear

to be cold, hard facts, but ... they need to be treated with delicacy.'

―Sciencenews'A book that crams in so much statistical information and

nonetheless remains lucid and readable is highly improbable, and yet

here it is. In an age of scientific clickbait, 'big data' and

personalised medicine, this is a book that nearly everyone would benefit

from reading'―Stuart Ritchie, The Spectator'This is an excellent book.

Spiegelhalter is great at explaining difficult ideas...Yes, statistics

can be difficult. But much less difficult if you read this book'―

The Evening Standard (UK)'What David Spiegelhalter does here is provide

a very thorough introductory grounding in statistics without making use

of mathematical formulae. And it's remarkable. Spiegelhalter is warm and

encouraging -- it's a genuinely enjoyable read.... This book should be

required reading for all politicians, journalists, medics and anyone who

tries to influence people (or is influenced) by statistics. A tour de

force.'―Popular Science'Do you trust headlines telling you...that

bacon, ham and sausages carry the same cancer risk as cigarettes? No,

nor do I. That is why we need a book like this that explains how such

implausible nonsense arises in the first place. Written by a master of

the subject...this book tells us to examine our assumptions. Bravo.'―

Standpoint'Spiegelhalter goes beyond debunking numerical nonsense to

deliver a largely mathematics-free but often formidable education on the

vocabulary and techniques of statistical science.... An admirable

corrective to fake news and sloppy thinking.'―Kirkus'A call to arms

for greater societal data literacy.... Spiegelhalter's work serves as a

reminder that there are passionate, self-aware statisticians who can

argue eloquently that their discipline is needed now more than ever.'―

Financial Times'Like the fictional investigator Sherlock Holmes,

Spiegelhalter takes readers on a trail to challenge methodology and

stats thrown at us by the media and others. But where other authors have

attempted this and failed, he is inventive and clever in picking the

right examples that spark the reader's interest to become active on

their own.'―Engineering & Technology Read more David Spiegelhalter

is a British statistician and Chair of the Winton Centre for Risk and

Evidence Communication in the Statistical Laboratory at the University

of Cambridge. He was also elected as President of the Royal Statistical

Society for 2017-18. In addition to presenting documentaries on BBC4, he

has appeared on Infinite Monkey Cage, BBC Horizon, and the Life

Scientific, and he has been a guest columnist in the Times, Guardian,

and New Scientist. Spiegelhalter was knighted for his services to

statistics in 2014. He lives in Cambridge, UK. Read more

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