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Where Statistics Went Wrong Modeling Random Variation (Podcast)

To-date, there are thousands of statistical distributions published in the Statistics literature. This seems insane. Perhaps the gigantic number of distributions indicates that we are wrong in how we model random variation, as observed in nature??


To-date, within the Statistics literature, one may literally find thousands of statistical distributions.  

Is this acceptable?

Or perhaps we are wrong in how we model random variation?

The related post, with references:

Where Statistics Went Wrong Modeling Random Variation

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