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Embracing Numbers - Or Why I Learned to Watch the Game AND Use Statistics

Read this article as it makes some very good points like the ones below:

I'm warning people about confusing what is and what should be.

Despite your system and your focus, not only is your memory unreliable and malleable but your mind is also subject to cognitive biases and heuristics (mental short-cuts that make problem solving simpler) that impact your judgment and decision making.

Is it statistics that need to be confirmed by observation, or the other way around?

Answer: It's a trick question. If the stats are good, they should be able to both base an argument off of, as well as support one already made.

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Do sign for far far less than your last contract, Mark Fraser.

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Step into 1967ers way back machine.