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October 29, 2021 53 min
Korrelation, stikprøve, falske negative og andre af statistikkens principper er udviklet gennem århundreder og har større betydning i vores hverdag, end de fleste forestiller sig. For eksempel har coronapandemien givet os en syndflod af data, prognoser, undersøgelser og grafer, men hvordan fremkommer de, og hvad betyder de?
Professor Susanne Ditlevsen guider os igennem statistikkens historie – det handler både om læger, der ikke vasker hænder, og om sømænd med skørbug – og om hendes egen forskning, der blandt andet undersøger narhvaler ved Grønlands kyst.

Produceret af podLAB for Det Kongelige Danske Videnskabernes Selskab
Vært: Kristoffer Frøkjær
Medvirkende: Professor Susanne Ditlevsen, Institut for Matematiske Fag, Københavns Universitet
Tilrettelæggelse, optagelse og redigering: Anders Høeg Nissen
Speak: Rikke Reinholdt Petersen
Musik: Carl Frøkjær-Jensen
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