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What to teach in a statistics course for journalists?

Pascal Biber writes: I am a science journalist for Swiss public television and have previously regularly covered the “crisis in science” on Swiss public radio, including things like p-hacking, relative risks, confidence intervals, reproducibility etc. I have been giving courses in basic statistics and how to read scientific studies for Swiss journalists without science backgrounds.
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