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Tips on how to recognize reliable sources by evaluating them in terms of relevance, currency, audience, and credibility.
A guide for writing and discussing the use of statistics in news articles and other mainstream media. Includes questions that may be useful as starting points for your analysis of how numbers are used to report (and sometimes obfuscate) the news.
Economist's Graphic Detail
Source for data visualizations.
Source for analysis of data, statistics, polls, and visualizations.
Author Kaiser Fung highlights good and bad visualizations.
A project that demonstrates how correlation does not mean causation.
The Upshot - New York Times
Posts often include data, statistics, and visualizations.
USA Today Interactive Graphics
USA Today posts stories with graphics and data visualizations on a variety of topics.
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