Peter Donnelly:
Peter Donnelly démontre comment les statistiques peuvent tromper les jurés

TEDGlobal 2005 · 21:20 · Filmed Jul 2005
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Le mathématicien d'Oxford Peter Donnelly révèle les fréquentes erreurs humaines d'interprétation en statistique — et leur effet dévastateur sur l'issue des procès criminels.

Mathematician; statistician
Peter Donnelly is an expert in probability theory who applies statistical methods to genetic data — spurring advances in disease treatment and insight on our evolution. He's also an expert on DNA analysis, and an advocate for sensible statistical analysis in the courtroom. Full bio
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