Wednesday August 12, 2020

The Number Bias: How we have been blinded by the figures

Sometimes it’s more important to look closely at the figures behind the numbers, as Sanne Blauw points out in this entertaining account of how we read and interpret the increasingly complex data presented to us

19th July, 2020
In The Number Bias, Sanne Blauw argues that we accord numbers far too much power in our society while we ignore how numbers are misrepresented by vested interests

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The Number Bias: How Numbers Lead and Mislead Us

By Sanne Blauw

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