More or less useful

6th May 2005 at 01:00
From the Open University and in conjunction with the now regular BBC Radio 4 series, the More or Less website offers information about the world of numbers, statistics and probability. The "How do they know that" section addresses economic and media statistics. This is supported in the radio series where the pensions crisis, the dangers of passive smoking, paternity and productivity will be investigated.


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