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## Statistics

- Why don't statisticians like to model new clothes?
Lack of fit.

- What did the Box Plot say to the outlier?
Don't you dare get close to my whisker?

- What did one regression coefficient say to the other regression coefficient?
I'm partial to you.

- Why did Yogi Bear become a statistician?
Because he discovered that truth could be inferred on the basis of bare facts.

- Why did the statistician do such a horrid job of laying tile on his bathroom floor?
He incorrectly partitioned some of the squares.

- Who is the most famous Statistician?
George Washington. He claimed he never told a lie and got away with it.

- How do you tell one bathroom full of statisticians from another?
Check the p-value.

- Why is it that the more accuracy you demand from an interpolation function, the more expensive it becomes to compute?
That's the Law of Spline Demand.

- What does a statistician use to measure the weight of trees?
The log scale.

- What do you call a statistician on drugs?
A high flyer.

- How many statisticians does it take to change a light bulb?
1 to 3, alpha = .05

- What happens to the statistician who was thrown in jail?
He now has zero degrees of freedom.

- Why must statisticians stay away from children's toys?
Because they regress so easily.

- What chart is appropriate is at a baker's convention?
A pie chart

- What chart should not be shown at an Alcoholics’ Anonymous meeting?
A bar chart.

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