You will find nine items here – four quotations, two cartoons, two essays, and the program from the first IRE conference in 1976.
For each of these nine items, write a sentence or two about why you think it was included in a set of readings intended to prepare you for a discussion on approaches to data analysis. This should be typed single-spaced. One page should do it. That page should have nine elements, one for each of the nine items below:
Ø Items 1-5: Quote from Maclean, Pasteur, Moyers, and Quiller-Couch, and a Dilbert cartoon
Ø Item 6: New Yorker Cartoon
Ø Item 7: “On Being A Doctor: Curioisty,” by Faith T. Fitzgerald
Ø Item 8: “The Median Isn’t the Message,” by Stephen Jay Gould
Ø Item 9: Program from the first IRE convention,