Seeing Theory: A Visual Introduction to Probability and Statistics

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"Statsplaining"—explaining to statistical concepts or conclusions to non-statisticians—is hard. Thinking in statistics often feels foreign to people who don't spend a lot of their time in this mental space. The resulting communication gap is typically bridged with awkward metaphors and blank stares.

The next time you find yourself in a situation like this, consider pulling out this website. It contains a series of useful interactive graphics that you can use to illustrate statistical concepts. Your listeners will appreciate your newfound ability to explain difficult concepts visually.

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