Making Sense of Disinformation: Kudzu Case Study

Figure1, a data table about an article found circulating the internet
Figure 2, a timeline of shares of the misleading article from figure 1
Figure 3 displays information on an individual actor who amplified the article in figure 1
Figure 4, a map of interrelated co-amplifiers of media articles. Figure 4 is unrelated to example in figures 1–3
Figure 5, a dashboard of media trends from January 19, 2021
Figure 6, a table of media trends from 19 January 2021

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