Twenty-five analogies for explaining statistical concepts
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The use of analogies is a resource that can be used for transmitting concepts and making classes more enjoyable. This article presents 25 analogies that we use in our introductory statistical courses for introducing concepts and clarifying possible doubts. We have found that these analogies draw students’ attention and reinforce the ideas that we want to transmit.
CitationBehar, R.; Grima, P.; Marco-Almagro, L. Twenty-five analogies for explaining statistical concepts. "American statistician", Febrer 2013, vol. 67, núm. 1, p. 44-48.