I’m doing some reading to remind myself how probability and statistics works. The last time I did this in earnest was in graduate school where I took an awful course on “Probability” which was full of equations I frankly never got my head around. I barely got through the experience.
"Breaking the Law of Averages"
Therefore, it was with serendipity that via my readings on climate change number crunching I came across the book “Breaking the Laws of Averages” by Dr. William M. Briggs. The subtitle is “Real-Life Probability and Statistics in Plain English”. Indeed it is. Recommended.