What is the correct preposition to use in the following sentence?

I found some information on the Internet and I used it in/for my project.

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    Both are correct but mean different things. – curiousdannii Jan 15 at 14:27

That is a hard one. "Used in my project" could imply the information helped to supplement other information that was also used. "Used for my project" could mean the same thing or it could mean it formed the basis for the entire project.

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