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1). But if you have only the equation of the line (the “regression model”) and don't see the plot of the points, then you may not realize that you are using a value of X outside the range of observed values. 2 Two dramatically different sets of data are shown with the fitted regression lines. The lines are identical! Imagine what a misuse of statistics it would be to use the line in (A) to project a value on the Y-axis for a value of 20 on the X-axis. (Source: F. Anscombe, Graphs in statistical analysis, The American Statistician, 27(1):17 (1973).

Erroneous Calculations Neither careful proofreading of newspaper copy nor the referee process for academic journals guarantees error-free computation. We see many examples of incorrect results in computations involving only elementary arithmetic and have published, alas, such errors ourselves. In a Wall Street Journal article on the effect of heart surgery, we found four incorrect results from faulty addition. ) the errors emphasize the desired effect (12). In many cases, this may not harm anyone, but computational errors in a life-or-death situation could prove otherwise.

In 1870, following the immigration of Japanese persons, that category was added to the census racial classification system. Anyone who claimed not to be white, black, or American Indian was given a separate “race” designation. ” The respondents made their own choices from this list. 8 million Americans chose this classification (2, Table 74). In 1990, the categories were simplified to White, Black, American Indian or Aleut Native, Asian or Pacific Islander, and Other. But under the classification “Asian or Pacific Islander,” for example, the Census Bureau has added under the subtitle “Asian”: Chinese, Filipino, Japanese, Asian Indian, Korean, Vietnamese, Cambodian, Hmong, Laotian, and Thai.

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