Deconstructing statistical questions

@inproceedings{Hand1994DeconstructingSQ,
  title={Deconstructing statistical questions},
  author={D. J. Hand},
  year={1994}
}
Too much current statistical work takes a superficial view of the client's research question, adopting techniques which have a solid history, a sound mathematical basis or readily available software, but without considering in depth whether the questions being answered are in fact those which should be asked. Examples, some familiar and others less so, are given to illustrate this assertion. It is clear that establishing the mapping from the client's domain to a statistical question is one of… CONTINUE READING

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