Explain lie factor, Advanced Statistics

Lie factor: A measure suggested by Tufte for judging the honesty of the graphical presentation of data. Which can be calculated as follows

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The values close to one are desirable but it is not uncommon to find the values close to zero and greater than five. The instance shown in the figure has a lie factor of about 2.8. 

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