The Misinformation Game has extensive documentation. This page intends
to help you find the documentation that you need. If you are new to
the Misinformation Game, then the best place for you to start is the
Getting Started Guide.
The (Mis)Information Game: A Social Media Simulator
provides an in-depth introduction to the Misinformation Game, alongside
results from two validation studies that were conducted to test it. It
is a great resource to read to learn about the Misinformation Game and
how you can use it for your research. If you use the Misinformation Game
for your research, we would also really appreciate it if you
cited this paper.
2. Get Started
- Getting Started Guide - A guide to create your first study
using the Misinformation Game.
- How to Play -
The default rules page given to participants before they start a study.
- About - A description of the history behind the development of this tool.
- Slack -
Join our Slack community to ask questions, share your research, and meet other academics!
- Installation -
A description of the available guides for hosting an instance of the Misinformation Game.
- Firebase Pricing - A guide to estimate the hosting costs of running your study.
- Updating your Installation -
A guide to retrieve new features and fixes for your installation.
- Simulation - A description of the simulation behind the game,
and the source/post selection modes.
- Technical Overview - A broad overview of the tech-stack used by the game.
- Development - A guide for developers to make adjustments to the game.
- Documentation Development - A guide for developers to make adjustments
to this documentation website.
- Original Design - The original, outdated, design document for the game.
6. Additional Resources
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