Statistics As Principled Argument

@inproceedings{Abelson1995StatisticsAP,
  title={Statistics As Principled Argument},
  author={Robert P. Abelson},
  year={1995}
}
Contents: Preface. Abelson's Laws. Making Claims With Statistics. Elementary Arguments and the Role of Chance. Magnitude of Effects. Styles of Rhetoric. On Suspecting Fishiness. Articulation of Results: Ticks and Buts. Generality of Effects. Interestingness of Argument. Credibility of Argument. 

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