This site called Statistics Every Writer Should Know provides a simple guide to understanding basic statistics for journalists who might not know math. It’s put together by Robert Niles, a journalist and website editor in California. It includes clear, simple explanations, examples and quizzes to help journalists and journalism students understand such things as mean, median, margins of error and interpreting statistics.
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