That is a brilliant example of a deceptive graph (one drawing a correlation between two completely unrelated variables), and it’s hilarious! I’m totally going to use it in class. Now, I just need a graph that includes the previous 15 years, to make my point.

Now, if you drew a correlation between IE usage and computer vandalism, I’d totally accept that as valid.

Yeah it’s funny.

The correlation is even more clear when limited to perpetrators who are also Web UI developers.

when i said “if i see one more error 404 i will kill the next person i see” i didn’t mean it that literally…

Correlation does not equal to causation.

That is a brilliant example of a deceptive graph (one drawing a correlation between two completely unrelated variables), and it’s hilarious! I’m totally going to use it in class. Now, I just need a graph that includes the previous 15 years, to make my point.

Now, if you drew a correlation between IE usage and computer vandalism, I’d totally accept that as valid.

the percentages on the right side are fudged to match the numbers on the left side, they aren’t even.