Introduction
  • Promo video
  • Introduction of the course
Examples
  • Example 1 - Number of billionaires
  • Which statement is correct?
  • Example 1 - Number of billionaires - Explanation
  • Example 2 - Net profit tripled!
  • Example 3 - IQ results
  • Is Judy much smarter than Tom?
  • Example 3 - IQ results - Explanation
  • Example 4 - Bad news, accident statistics
  • Example 5 - True statements
  • Example 6 - Who is lying?
  • Example 7 - Correlation and spurious correlation
  • Example 8 - What happened to the price
  • Example 9 - Cherry picking
The 7 ways to lie with statistics
  • Overview
  • Biased sampling
  • Small sample size
  • Poorly chosen averages
  • Results falling within the standard error
  • Using graphs to create an impression
  • The semi-attached figure
  • The post-hoc fallacy
Getting to the end
  • Bonus video
  • Conclusion
  • Book recommendations
  • Thank you!
  • About me