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Rolf Marvin Bøe Lindgren

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Hvorfor journalister tar feil: Regresjon mot gjennomsnittet

OK da, det er mange grunner til at journalister tar feil, og får jeg noengang tid til det, skal jeg forklare hvorfor det ikke skyldes Dunning-Kruger. Men dette er en gjenganger. Dette og baserate.


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