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Statistics: Statistical literacy
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Statistical literacy is the ability to read, understand and use critical thinking skills to information in statistical form and evaluate claims that are made using statistics. Mathematics is a primary tool in understanding and evaluating statistics.
In Beta May 2017. "Seeing Theory visualizes the fundamental concepts covered in an introductory college statistics or Advanced Placement statistics class. Students are encouraged to use Seeing Theory as an additional resource to their textbook, professor and peers."