Are the primes scattered over the numerical axis like wind-dispersed seeds? Of course not: simplicity is not a matter of chance, but the result of elementary arithmetic. A number is simple if and only if no smaller positive integer except one does not divide it whole.
There are 3 types of lies: Lies, damned lies, and statisticsStatistics, infographics, data analysis and data science – who isn’t doing it right now. Everyone knows how to do it right, just left for someone to write how you SHOULDN’T do it. In the article we’ll try to fix it.
(Hazen Robert "Curve fitting". 1978, Science.)
- Sampling Bias
- Well-chosen average
- 10 more failed experiments of which we haven’t written yet
- Playing with scale
- Selecting 100%
- Hiding main numbers
- Visual metaphor
- Example of qualitative visualization
- Conclusion and what to read next