Everyday statistics – MNAR data


Here are a couple of smart articles from SimplyStatistics.org about MNAR (missing not at random) data in our everyday, online experiences. They’re short and they’re worth reading.

Missing not at random data makes some Facebook users feel sad

Thinking like a statistician: don’t judge a society by its internet comments

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