Surveys and Lawsuits

We might learn a few things on the translation industry from survey reports and complaints of the last few weeks. Surveys and Statistics Traditionally, people have often looked at statistics as deceptive. In Italy, a sonnet from dialect poet Trilussa is famous for saying that, if you believe in statistics, when someone eats a chicken, and someone else does not, each has eaten half chicken. In the 1960s and 1970s, Darrell Huff’s How to Lie with Statistics became an introduction to statistics for many college students, and it is still […]

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