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Most important, though, is the fact that, particularly when it comes to data analysis, a picture really is worth a thousand (or more) words.

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Hi great article!!!!The term "gun" has also taken on a more generic meaning, by which it has come to refer to any one of a number of trigger-initiated, hand-held, and hand-directed implements, especially with an extending bore, which thereby resemble the class of weapon in either form or concept. Examples of this usage include staple gun, nail gun, glue gun, grease gun. Occasionally, this tendency is ironically reversed, such as the case of the American M3 submachine gun which carries the nickname "Grease Gun".

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"I'll keep my guns, freedom and money, and you can keep your 'change'"

Anyone agree that it's this kind of mentality that makes the rest of the world label Americans badly? Is this where the term "Ugly Americans" came from?

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Looks like they were a little stingy on the transforms. Transparency (1/X) and prosperity (log X) could both use a little extra. And why the natural log for their firearms indicator? That's notoriously difficult to interpret and it looks like it may have skewed the indicator anyway.

And that proves your point: look at the pictures and look at them comparatively.

As an aside, I have to say that this looks like predicting the stock market from sunspots to me. What is the theory, anyhow? That more gun ownership promotes political efficacy? That a population in arms makes governments think twice? Riiiiight. I guess I'll have to read the paper. One of these days.

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