Tools created by the OSoMe team to help combat the spread of misinformation.
Visualize the spread of claims and fact checking.
Check how bot-like a Twitter user behaves.
Play this game to learn to recognize fake news on your social feed.
Set up your own system to detect coordination and bot amplification on Twitter.
Simulation demonstrating how two basic mechanisms of social media can lead to polarized social networks.
Visualize the activity of likely bots on Twitter around the 2018 US midterm elections.
Visualizing the relationship between COVID-19 vaccine adoption and online (mis)information
Get access to datasets made available by the OSoMe team.
Enhanced access to over 20B public tweets available to all IU students and faculty.
IU students and faculty can access CrowdTangle Data and Dashboards.
Interesting statistics about OSoMe data and tool usage.
Public data APIs from OSoMe Tools.
Query our data for your own analysis.
Search our collection of claims and fact checks, explore how they spread
Elevated access to evaluate the likelihood that a Twitter account is a bot