Both Sides of an Argument
youll begin by visiting this website: https://www.tylervigen.com/spurious-correlations.
Select one of the sets of data that demonstrate a correlation. Take a screenshot of that set of data. Next, create a PowerPoint presentation with that screenshot as your first slide and argue for the correlation as a false conclusion. Create three more slides and use them to make an argument that the correlated information in the set you picked is truly related. (Minimum of 10 slides.) These slides must show:
Part 1: In the first 4 slides, convince your audience that your evidence is either empirical, anecdotal, or logical. Describe how the correlation supports your false argument.
Part 2: In the rest of the slides, disprove your argument. Find real data that the correlation is supposed to represent. How does the data you found disprove the original argument?
Create a references slide to include your sources