Peak Prognostications

Recently released international data shows the number of graphs used by major TV networks to explain economic and epidemiological phenomena may be peaking. Social scientists are calling this “Peak Graph” and suggest that graphs showing the use of graphs may be flattening. Other experts suggest this graphic decline is short-term and is simply a result of social distancing by graph-makers and graphs use will soon rebound. Happy April Fool’s Day!

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