Guardian US data editor Mona Chalabi talks about the importance of accurate data journalism.
We need statistics to make fair policy decisions, but there are a lot of bad stats out there. Data journalist Mona Chalabi says you need skepticism and a list of questions to face any dubious stat. Read more >
Author NPR/TED Staff
News Site Wamu 88.5
Date Published January 29, 2018
Article Link Mona Chalabi: How Can We Tell The Good Statistics From The Bad Ones?
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