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2. I suspect the data are good.
Sun Mar 11, 2018, 09:22 PM
Mar 2018

I suspect that the interpretation isn't.

The key is the word "unadjusted." In the absence of a random sample, you need to adjust the data. Just declaring what's known to be non-random to be random doesn't cut it.

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