The Analysis of Experimental Data: The Appreciation of Tea and Wine


One afternoon in the 1920’s at Rothamsted Experimental Station, the statistician, R.A.Fisher, made Muriel Bristol a cup of tea. She protested when he put the tea infusion into the cup before adding the milk, claiming that she could discriminate whether the milk had been added first or second, preferring the former. Fisher then devised a classic experiment… (More)


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