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    Sickest!

    Should be a must read for everyone, along with a basic understanding of statistics, this book will give everyone a better understanding of how the world works.
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    Fantastic

    Nate Silver is a genius. This book is a must-read. You never thought you would love a book about statistics until now!
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    Great book for anyone who is interested in forecasting and stats. Provides lots of real-life examples in an array of topics such as poker, weather, baseball, politics, and more.
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    The Signal and the Noise

    In the vein of Freakanomics, with less freaking.
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    Thought provoking.

    The book argues that we should apprach statistics in a different way from hat is commonly practiced in science today. Nate Silver makes very interesting arguments that challenge how I thought about our predictions that we hear about on the news every day.
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