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'Having conducted a comprehensive analysis of dozens of subsets of data from a wide range of sources we've confirmed that the likely answer is 36...now we just need to identify the question.'
"All I seem to have brought with me is a headful of baseball statistics."
Wall Street Down
Tags:wall street, finance, financial crash, financial crashes, stock market, stock markets, stock market crash, stock market crashes, recession, the recession, recessions, double-dip recession, double dip recession, stock exchange, stock exchange, the new york stock exchange, the new york stock exchange, shares, share, failing, failure, stats, statistics, occupy wall street, drain, drains, down the drain, failure, breakdown, breakdowns, collapse, collapses, decline, declines
'It's your other 0.5.'
'This red line indicates the change in this red line over a period of time,'
"That was Brad with the Democratic weather. Now here's Tammy with the Republican weather."
Tags:anchor desk, anchorman, anchormen, news, the news, news reader, newsreader, news commentator, news commentators, tv news, television news, news program, news programs, news programme, news programmes, democrat, democrats, republican, republicans, fake news, donald trump, political view, political views, stats, statistics, changing the stats, political bias, bias, fear monger, fear mongering, fear campaign, fear campaigns, modern life modern times, modern attitudes, impartiality
'My diabetic research shows that test subjects are 98% more likely to take their diabetic pills if the pills are covered in chocolate.'
"You call yourselves a demographic?"
Tags:demographic, survey, surveys, surveying, questionnaire, questionnaires, represent, representative, unrepresentative, un-representative, inaccurate, anomalous, anomalies, group study, group studies, social study, social studies, stats, statistics, statistical, statistical characteristics, human population
'Which way up would you like it?'
"I hate to be a downer, but, statistically, people are more likely to die of heart disease than by getting
Tags:heart disease, zeus, lightning bolt, lightning bolts, god, gods, greek god, greek gods, roman god, roman gods, greek myth, greek mythology, statistics, hit by a bolt of lightning, stat, stats, unlikely, unlikely event, unlikely events, heart attack, heart attacks, heart disease, aim, aims, aiming, bad aim, poor aim, mock, mocks, mocking, disrespect, disrespects, disrespecting, disrespectful, throw, throws, throwing, bad shot, bad shots
"Can you take these inaccuracies and untruths and get some science behind them?"
Tags:offices, office worker, office workers, fake news, donald trump, stats, statistics, statistician, statisticians, fake facts, inaccurate, inaccuracies, untruth, untruths, fix the facts, fixing the facts, fake news media, social media, social network, social networks, social networking, cover up, covering up, cover-up, covering-up
'Does that mean 1 in 5 people actually enjoy it. . .?'
"I just don't see how an index fund tied to batting averages actually works."
Tags:correlation, correlations, positive correlation, positive correlations, stats, statistics, statistician, statisticians, batting average, batting averages, index fund, index funds, baseball, mutual fund, mutual funds, portfolio, portfolios, investment portfolio, investment portfolios, investor, investors, investing
After biologists draw blood samples and record vital statistics, the rugby player is tagged and released.
Tags:biology, biologist, biologists, rugby, rugby league, rugby union, blood sample, blood samples, blood sampling, trap, traps, trapped, trapping, net, nets, netting, netted, stat, stats, statistic, statistics, tag, tags, tagging, tagged, release, releases, released, releasing, in the bleachers, bleachers, in the bleachers
Hour of rising vs worm acquisition.
Tags:early birds catches the worm, idiom, idioms, expression, expressions, saying, sayings, early riser, early risers, get up early, getting up early, worm, worms, grub, grubs, supply curve, demand curve, statistic, curve, curves, economics, chart, charts, correlation, correlations, causation, correlate, correlates, profit, profits, statistician, statisticians, stats
'It says here that most people believe what they read in the papers.'
Tags:office, offices, business, businesses, businessman, businessmen, executive, executives, meeting, meetings, productivity, productive, chart, charts, graph, graphs, graphing, statistics, stats, employee, employees, employer, employers, employment, boss, bosses, manager, managers, management, line graph, line graphs
'But then again...we could be wrong.'
"I was an eight, too, until the number crunchers got hold of me."
Tags:number cruncher, number crunchers, number crunching, accountant, accounting, accountants, bureaucracy, math, maths, mathematics, reduce, reducing, reduced, belittled, belittle, demote, demoted, calculate, calculations, numerical calculation, subtract, subtraction, divide, devision, math teacher, math teachers, maths teacher, maths teachers, financial analyst, financial analysts, statistics, stats, statistician, number cruncher politics
Bureau of Rosy Statistics
'I love being married to a statistician. I can make him say whatever I want.'
Tags:business meeting, business meetings, board meeting, board meetings, business man, business men, business people, business person, businessmen, businessman, businessperson, conference, conferences, meeting, meetings, business conference, business conferences, graphs, graph, chart, charts, blank graph, blank graphs, request, requests, requesting, any requests, cliche, corporate, corporate world, jargon, corporate jargon, stats, statistics, misleading statistics, meaningless statistics, fake news
'Research shows that while the number of surfers is somewhat constant over the year, there is a sudden increase in casual bathers over Summer...'
"Tonight we're going to let the statistics speak for themselves."
The Stat family