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#### Jittering as a Statistical Irony

The act of jittering (adding random noise to data) is a statistical irony: statisticians spend most of their day trying “remove” noise from data, but jittering puts noise back in!

The act of jittering (adding random noise to data) is a statistical irony: statisticians spend most of their day trying “remove” noise from data, but jittering puts noise back in!