The most obvious reason it is difficult to analyze an isolated incident is that you might not see enough of that one incident to fully understand it. You need to witness it mutliple times in order to compare and contrast the similar events. False correlations can be made with only one event. False conclusions can be reached. And false information can be spread.
it is difficult to analyze an isolated event from a scientific perspective because you need to observe an event multiple times to gather enough information or confirm or reject your hypothesis/understanding. If you only saw the changing of the tides only once in the morning, you might only think that tides change when the sun rises. if you observe the tides changing multiple times during different periods in the day, you will have a more accurate understanding of the phenomenon
In the scientific community, reproducibility is an extremely important factor in virtually every study. This is because if you can’t recreate or replicate an event, it is extremely difficult and probably impossible to prove any conclusions you came to. Also, for experiments and findings to be considered valid, they often must be reproduced by others. This also ensures that the analysis of the results is objective.
Wow! Everyone gave such great answers! In addition, I would like to say that absolutely no statistical analysis can be performed on an event that happens only once. The more data points you have, the more accurately you can find the average value of an occurrence. Having lots of data can also help us to figure out when something is wrong because you can determine the likelihood of a certain outcome that has occurred. If an unlikely outcome has occurred, we know that we should investigate further. Unfortunately, statisticians are often ignored.
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