Cartoon Introduction to Statistics: perfect way to get excited about stats


The Cartoon Introduction to Statistics is a new book by Grady Klein and Alan Dabney that is a top-notch introductory grounding in statistical concepts told through a series of witty, funny cartoons that relate statistical concepts to everything from fish populations to alien opinion surveys. This is a very introductory text, and it assumes that… READ THE REST


Aww man I was hoping this was Larry Gonick. At least I hope those are bags of dicks on the cover.


Almost half of statistic textbooks are below average.


My favorite statistics comic strip:


Yeah, isn't Gonick the original prior art here?


I was hoping for a "cartoon". This is a comic.


As someone who is terrified of a simple bell curve, I will be purchasing the Cartoon Guide to Statistics post-haste!


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