This resource gives 3 questions readers should ask when presented with data and why to ask them: Where did the data come from? Have the data been peer-reviewed? How were the data collected? This page also describes why readers should: be skeptical when dealing with comparisons, and be aware of numbers taken out of context.
|Date Of Record Creation||2006-06-29 16:35:00|
|Date Last Modified||2017-03-16 11:05:22|
|Date Of Record Release||2004-07-27 10:44:00|
|Author Name||Robert Niles|
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