Publications and Research

Document Type

Article

Publication Date

5-1978

Abstract

Bias has different sources. Measurement errors create "bad" data and biased estimates. But selection biases occur even with "good" data and can be both subtle and large in magnitude.

Comments

This article originally appeared in The American Statistician.

 
 

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