Three rules of thumb for using scientific models

How do you make sense of scientific models without falling into common traps? Here are three rules of thumb. This is part of a series of Risk Bites videos that tackle dose response and response models. This week's Risk Bites team: David Faulkner (post-production) Andrew Maynard (all the other stuff) Transcript: alugha Click here to see more videos: https://alugha.com/RiskBites

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