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Methodology & Statistics

Collection by The Sociological Cinema • Last updated 7 weeks ago

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Methodology: Epistemological Concerns

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Methodology: Logical Fallacies

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Methodology: Data Visualization

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Methodology: Correlation and Causation

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Methodology: Sampling

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The Visual Representation of Complexity: Definitions, Examples & Learning Points

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I will let the data speak for itself when it cleans itself

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They're at it again. Once more, the White House is using a bar chart to plot cumulative test numbers--without even labeling the numbers as cumulative, May 2020 ~ @CT_Bergstrom Statistics, Being Used, Bar Chart, Numbers, House, Home, Bar Graphs, Homes, Houses

They're at it again, 2020.

They're at it again. Once more, the White House is using a bar chart to plot cumulative test numbers--without even labeling the numbers as cumulative, May 2020 ~ @CT_Bergstrom

Here's a remarkable example of a misleading visualization from the 4/6 White House press conference. They are using a bar chart to show *cumulative* tests run. Looks impressive, but that linear increase means capacity is not improving! h/t @markjaggers ~ @callin_bull Statistics, The 4, Being Used, Conference, Bar Chart, House, Home, Bar Graphs, Homes

Here's a remarkable example of a misleading visualization from a press conference, 2020

Here's a remarkable example of a misleading visualization from the 4/6 White House press conference. They are using a bar chart to show *cumulative* tests run. Looks impressive, but that linear increase means capacity is not improving! h/t @markjaggers ~ @callin_bull

In just 15 days the total number of #COVID19 cases in Georgia is up 49%, but you wouldn't know it from looking at the state's data visualization map of cases. The first map is July 2. The second is today. Do you see a 50% case increase? Can you spot how they're hiding it?  ~ @andishehnouraee Wtf Moments, Words To Describe, The More You Know, Data Visualization, Best Funny Pictures, Change The World, Knowledge, Politics, Wisdom

Can you spot how Georgia is hiding the increase in COVID-19 cases? July 2020

In just 15 days the total number of #COVID19 cases in Georgia is up 49%, but you wouldn't know it from looking at the state's data visualization map of cases. The first map is July 2. The second is today. Do you see a 50% case increase? Can you spot how they're hiding it? ~ @andishehnouraee