Great post on some of the problems with reporting on risk. If the odds of a one in a million event double, is it correct to say that event is twice as likely or that it is 0.0001% more likely. Well, both actually.
“When you read an article that mentions risk, have a look and see if they’ve included the actual numbers from the study.”Is it correct to say an event is 2x as likely or 0.0001% more likely. Both actually. Click To Tweet
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