Lawyers, judges and statistics

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If you are like me, you have trouble remembering which is which with type I and type II errors – after all there is nothing in the name to remind you which is which. And you get all muddled up by the double negative thinking of disproving a null hypothesis. So if you are like me, this is the reading for you!

In it, Tom Rogers uses the justice system to explain type I and type II errors. And it seems so easy. Brilliant!

Type I and Type II Errors – Making Mistakes in the Justice System
http://www.intuitor.com/statistics/T1T2Errors.html

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