28 November 2011

The Irony of Simplicity

It is a truth universally acknowledged that a methodologist in possession of a Harvard chair must be in want of popular influence. But it strains credibility to assert that the ternary plot is easily intuitive. The sadder truth, however, is that it is still easier to understand than a table of multinomial logit results. (When not writing this blog, I occasionally write a dissertation.)

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