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Fake News and False Information: Misleading Statistics

This guide will provide you with some strategies for identifying fake information and news.

Below find eBooks related to how statistics can be used in misleading ways. These books are available to Gumberg affiliates only.

Some examples of how statistics/graphs can be misleading appear below: