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Originally Posted by louishen View Post
That's just one example, bad statistics and evidence made up by the marketing department should not be allowed period. Unless you can prove any advertising claims that are masquerading as evidence, then you shouldn't try and use so called evidence to sell products.
Therein lies the problem. Two different statisticians can use the same data set and come up with different results. Numbers, despite beliefs to the contrary, aren't neutral when used to make a point. One group making ostensibly false claims can back up their results with seemingly credible statistical tests.

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