Charts of the year

Posted: 4 January 2017 in Uncategorized
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borror-2016

As regular readers of this blog know, I try to make available and critically interpret charts of data—both to challenge others’ arguments and to provide a foundation for my own.

Last year, I spent much more time using publicly available data to make my own charts, which readers are free to use for their own purposes.

Here are some of those charts (just click on each chart to go to the post in which it originally appeared).

fredgraph

fredgraph-1

fredgraph-2

average1

wages-2015

2015-31

wealth

inequality

public

top1-composition

top-2

2015-31

fredgraph2

bottom901

us-median

globalization1

fredgraph-1

foreign

national-50

fredgraph-1

fredgraph-11

fredgraph2

capital-gains

fredgraph

falling

50-1-1

federal1

fire

Comments
  1. jmordars says:

    Interesting data

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