The Brewer Who Secretly Revolutionized Statistics | Great Minds: William Gosset

When you have a study with a small sample size, how do you know that the results represent the broader population? Well, thanks to a brewer who needed to assess beer quality in the early 1900s, we now have a simple statistical test that lets us do just that!

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