The Argument Winner

By Max Candocia

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April 14, 2016


Last Updated 11/14/2016

Are you tired of losing arguments online due to lack of data and fancy graphics? Do you believe that correlation is equal to causation? If you answered "yes" to both of these, go ahead and choose a topic, your position on that topic, and an appropriate supporting argument. Since effects of actions are not always felt immediately, you can also choose a "delay" that relates a value to past values of another one.

Note: I am not responsible for any actions resulting from the misinterpretation of this data.

Other note: Yes, the data used to generate these graphs are real. All of the points are data that were measured in the same year. I updated this page with the sources below.

I am Right

Topic

Position

Support Against

Supporting Data


Supporting Data Time
Delay in Years



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Sources

VariableSource
Adolescent Fertility RateWorld Development Indicators (World Data Bank)
Alcohol Consumption Gallup Alochol Usage Poll
Crime Rates Uniform Crime Reporting Tool
CO2 EmissionsWorld Development Indicators (World Data Bank)
Education ExpenditureWorld Development Indicators (World Data Bank)
Energy UseWorld Development Indicators (World Data Bank)
ExportsWorld Development Indicators (World Data Bank)
Fertility RateWorld Development Indicators (World Data Bank)
GDP and GDP GrowthWorld Development Indicators (World Data Bank)
GINIWorld Development Indicators (World Data Bank)
Global Temperature Anomaly National Climate Data Center
Gun Ownership NORC at University of Chicago
ImportsWorld Development Indicators (World Data Bank)
InflationWorld Development Indicators (World Data Bank)
Internet usageWorld Development Indicators (World Data Bank)
Life ExpectancyWorld Development Indicators (World Data Bank)
Measles ImmunizationWorld Development Indicators (World Data Bank)
Net MigrationWorld Development Indicators (World Data Bank)
Population StatisticsWorld Development Indicators (World Data Bank)
Refugees US Department of State
Suicide Rate Center for Disease Control
Teenage PregnancyWorld Development Indicators (World Data Bank)
U6 Underemployment Bureau of Labor Statistics
Unemployment Rate Bureau of Labor Statistics

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