10 Common and Dangerous Statistical Mistakes

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10 Common and Dangerous Statistical Mistakes

Don't get caught out by these common errors!

While the application of statistics is a powerful tool to solve real-world problems, common statistical misconceptions can impact the outcome of how those analyses are interpreted. Both experienced and inexperienced statisticians can fall prey to these statistical mistakes, which can be easily avoided if they are properly communicated and understood.

In this hour-long “10 Common and Dangerous Statistical Mistakes” webinar, participants will be introduced to common mistakes with simple examples from Minitab Statistical Software.

Join this webinar to:

  • Learn common statistical misconceptions and how you can avoid them in your own analyses
  • Find out how to effectively identify and communicate statistical misconceptions
  • Understand statistical misconceptions with simple examples from Minitab Statistical Software


Michelle Paret
Product Marketing Manager

Michelle Paret is a product marketing manager at Minitab Inc., the world’s leading provider of software and services for quality improvement and statistics education. Paret is responsible for providing go-to-market strategy, sales readiness, and marketing readiness for the Minitab Statistical Software and Quality Trainer product lines. Paret joined Minitab in 2000 as a member of Minitab’s highly regarded technical support team, providing technical and statistical support to Minitab prospects and customers. Paret also served Minitab as a technical training specialist for four years before being named product marketing manager in 2007. Paret earned a M.S. in applied statistics and a B.S. in statistics from The Pennsylvania State University.