Mounting accusations of fake news have created an atmosphere of skepticism toward institutions and the media. People’s faith in statistics, especially government data, has taken a hit. This is a “total disaster,” per data journalist Mona Chalabi. She explains why it’s crucial to accept statistics, but only after testing their validity. getAbstract appreciates her timely and useful advice on how to distinguish the good numbers from the bad.
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Mona Chalabi advocates for publicizing data to encourage debate. She is the data editor of the Guardian US.
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