Critiquing a partial evaluation – is a half-full glass better or worse than no drink at all?

Where do you draw the balance? Should we stop doing small evaluations that only look at a few pieces of data, to avoid the risk of misinterpretation? Or should we work harder to ensure their findings can be appropriately incorporated with other information?

In a recent post on the George Mason University website www.stats.org ,

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