About: How to spot a misleading graph - Lea Gaslowitz
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The climate graph at the end of the video is also wrong. NOAA manipulates the data to freeze the past and heat the present.
Easy. Just google image search “climate change”
Ok, you are telling me to beleive 1 chart over other on global warming.
Making a politician graphic that looks too much like Donald Trump 👀
Even then the hardest part is to verify the source . Not a lot of people enquire or even care about the source so anyone can show a fully legit graph from a false source.
I love how they show how to deceive using the y axis and then justify the climate change graph which uses the same technique. Small changes in temperature do nothing on the global scale.
I see what you did with that last graph. You zoomed in to make miniscule changes in ocean temperature look huge. Just like your example of Chevy vs the other cars. Clever.
Graphs are fun
The first graph should have been turned upside down and stated the procentage of cars not being on the road after 2 years. Then it would have been clear that Chevy has only half the chance of being of the road compared to Toyata. And this massive difference would clearly justify the masive visual difference. Instead the graph gets misunderstod by TED creators.
Our current president used this method and people still voted for him. He sucks hard.
Wow! great vid until 2:55
when they use their own "cherry picking" technique. If their 2nd graph is expanded 10,000 years or 2 million years, the "massive ecological disruption" comes into better view
How you know a graph is real: Nancy Pelosi will tear it up
Wait did that just turn from Kisscam to Scam
The one about population. That is why all major corporations, including the media, supports always open borders and masive inmigration.
I thank you Miss Lea Glasowitz
I feel I'm often the one trying to explain this to my family. I'll just link or show them this video to save me some hassle.
This makes sense cause I've realized a few days ago the ways I can exploit scale distortion of graphs in physics practicals to create better graphs that don't just sit in one corner of the paper awkwardly xD
Fantastic short coverage of a vital topic. And I love the animation style.