WHAT OTHERS SAY

"The [STATS] site is one of the most useful and amazing things I've seen on the web."
Damon Darlin, New York Times Editor

"Invaluable"
The Detroit News

"Provocative and intriguing"
USA Today

"Entertaining and intelligent"
The Boston Globe

"Impressive"
Reader's Digest

"Interesting, unexpected analyses"
The Washington Post

"Helps keep me thinking straight"
Newsday

"Reviews of coverage help sensitize [reporters] to statistical concerns"
Science

"This is the information we need to make informed judgments"
American Physical Society

"Keeps me thinking about how we portray statistical findings in our reports"
Nancy A. Crowell, National Research Council

"Good reminder about the caveats of statistics"
Associated Press

"Informative and enjoyable"
Bruce V. Stadel, Food & Drug Administration

"Both The Stats Blog and its accompanying website deserve plenty of attention."
B School


LETTERS OF APPRECIATION


"I am a long time science writer for the New York Times, I am currently writing a book about the science of cancer, and [I] have found the STATS site to be a wonderful resource."
George Johnson,
The New York Times

"Thanks for drawing my attention to youth suicide statistics. They are so striking I convinced my editors we needed to do a longer than average piece... As usual, your input was invaluable"
Alexandra Marks,
The Christian Science Monitor

"Your help has been invaluable"
Terry Corcoran,
The Globe and Mail (Canada's National Newspaper)

"... your comments greatly influenced the tone and direction of the final piece"
Doug Gantenbein,
The Economist

"Many thanks for your reply to my lightning question. I thought your report was fascinating and appreciate the help and clarification"
Joe Ferullo, NBC