Tuesday, August 21, 2012

Jackson Pollock it ain't

But interesting it is:

FRED Graph #5Do, Found by Random Eyes
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I can't say who it was that created this graph, nor what they were trying to see. But the graph does show that if you have an inventive mind, you can do some clever things with FRED.

1 comment:

The Arthurian said...

Each pair of lines is a comparison of head counts: the number of people employed versus the number unemployed. For each pair of lines, the numbers are jiggered to make them equal at the start of the period. This allows for easy comparison of one line to the other in each pair, and also for easy comparison of each pair to the other pairs.