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cherry picking -> επιλεκτική παρουσίαση δεδομένων, διακριτική μεταχείριση, κατά βούληση επιλογή, επιλεκτική επιλογή, επιλεκτική διαλογή, επιλεκτική εφαρμογή, απόκρυψη αποδεικτικών στοιχείων, πλάνη των ελλιπών αποδεικτικών στοιχείων, συλλογή κερασιών, μάζεμα κερασιών

Cherry picking is the fallacy of selecting evidence that supports an argument while ignoring evidence that contradicts it.

Cherry picking may also refer to:

Harvesting fruit from cherry trees.
Cherry picking (basketball), a strategy in basketball where a player stays near the opponents' goal rather than playing defense.
Cherry-picking tax avoidance, a form of tax avoidance in Australia in the 1970s and 1980s.
Cherry-picking, moving only some revisions from one branch to another in version control.
The childish habit of picking out the cherries (or other favoured tidbits) from a cherry cake, leaving the rest of the cake behind. The term is used colloquially to suggest an effort to secure only the most attractive parts of something specific, leaving behind the unattractive parts. The equivalent in German is Rosinenpicken – raisin picking.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cherry_picking_(disambiguation)

Cherry picking, suppressing evidence, or the fallacy of incomplete evidence is the act of pointing to individual cases or data that seem to confirm a particular position while ignoring a significant portion of related cases or data that may contradict that position. It is a kind of fallacy of selective attention, the most common example of which is the confirmation bias. Cherry picking may be committed intentionally or unintentionally. This fallacy is a major problem in public debate.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cherry_picking
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