Tim Harford’s (2021) book, Data Detective: Ten Easy Rules to Make Sense of Statistics, isn’t about statistical methods. It has a broader scope, dealing more generally with knowledge, our relationship with knowledge, and the factors that determine that relationship, both for individuals and for collectives. The book is very well-written. You get the sense that Harford has written the text slowly and patiently, based on how well the elements within.. Read More