How to Lie with Statistics
Darrell Huff runs the gamut of every popularly used type of statistic,
probes such things as the sample study, the tabulation method, the
interview technique, or the way results are derived from the figures,
and points up the countless number of dodges which are used to fool
rather than to inform.
- October 1993
- 5.6 × 8.3 in
/ 144 pages
- Territory Rights: Worldwide including Canada, but excluding the British Commonwealth.
Endorsements & Reviews
“Mr. Huff's lively, human-interest treatment of the dry-as-bones subject of statistics is a timely tonic. . . . This book needed to be written, and makes its points in an entertaining and highly readable manner.” — Management Review
“Illustrator and author pool their considerable talents to provide light lively reading and cartoon far which will entertain, really inform, and take the wind out of many an overblown statistical sail.” — Library Journal
“A pleasantly subversive little book, Guaranteed to undermine your faith in the almighty statistic.” — Atlantic
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