From http://dailyinfographic.com: 1. Look at the list of top states. What is not accounted for that should be? 2. There were 1.4 million DUI arrests in 2010. There were 310 million people in the U.S. in 2010. 1.4 / 310 = .0045, or about 4.5 out of 1,000. Does this mean 4.5 out of 1,000 […]
1. What percentage of oral cancer patients are men? 2. Who put this infographic together? 3. How many men died in 2010 of HPV-related oral cancer? 4. Who is more at risk for oral cancer, a smoker, or a man who has had six oral sex partners? 5. If you have extra time, discuss as […]
Apply the COMPARABLE checklist to the comparison “How much of a rule does UGC play in your purchasing decisions?” What are some strengths of the comparison? What might be a better comparison?L Look up the source of the infographic. How might the interests of the producer of the graphic affect the presentation of the information?
What are the sources of this information? Who put the infographic together? In what way are the comparisons inadequate? Look at the scale of the graphic. What do the lengths mean?
1. Make an exhaustive list of both part-whole comparisons and inter-group comparisons being made here. 2. How are the wholes defined? How are the parts? 3. This is an image, so the links are not clickable. But try and find some of the sources the infographic cites, and list the full names of the studies […]