Resource: Misleading StatisticsChoose a data source and create a graph or table that illustrates a story behind the data. You may choose a single data set (e.g. a stock price) or a number of data sets (e.g. population numbers over time in four major cities.)Use the following sites as suggestions for data sources:Census dataInternet usage dataU. S. Energy statsCreate two professional graphs or tables. One should tell an accurate view of the data and information, and the other should showcase a contradicting story. Refer to techniques such as those in the Misleading Statistics document provided within course materials. Use the same data set, but create a different graph, chart, or table.Write a summary comparing the results of the graphs in no more than 525 words explaining the following:The source of the dataWhat story the data is telling the readerThe reasons for which you used certain graphing or charting techniques (e.g. line graph instead of a bar or pie chart)Different or contradictory story being toldEthical implications of altering the aesthetics of the graphicHow technology is used to create graphs and clarify business communicationSubmit two graphs and two summaries in one Microsoft® Word document.Format your summaries consistent with APA guidelines.Click the Assignment Files tab to submit your assignment.