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The long term chart with a logarithmic scale would be great...


Logarithmic scale might be more informative?
Anyway, thanks for your always nice snapshots!


Another + for log.


Graph of Financials, 1940-P. Why bother if you don't use a semi-log plot???


Hi, congratulations for your great job.
I could'nt agree more with my predecessors, please use log scales for very LT charts unless it is meaningless...


Sure a Log chart "fits" better on the page, but I think it is important to see the real change this represents.

Log chart makes it look too small of a change.....it NEEDS to look big because it IS big.


Looks like regression to mean to 1970's for sure.

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