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πŸ“ˆ Len Kiefer πŸ“Š Apr 2
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as % of labor force 2/2
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πŸ“ˆ Len Kiefer πŸ“Š Apr 2
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both the absolute number and version scaled by labor force are useful scaling by labor force is better for comparisons over time, but 4% of the workforce is a little abstract Over 6 million jobless, about the population of Missouri, might give a better sense of the scale
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πŸ“ˆ Len Kiefer πŸ“Š Apr 3
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some suspect the seasonal adjustment might be distorting the data. here's the unadjusted claims data
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πŸ“ˆ Len Kiefer πŸ“Š Apr 3
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posted these updated charts (+moar) and updated code
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πŸ“ˆ Len Kiefer πŸ“Š Apr 2
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Thanks! a credit to 's gganimate. I just had to do a small tweak to the date variable I animated over to extend the last couple frames. Otherwise i could fit the code in a tweet:
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πŸ“ˆ Len Kiefer πŸ“Š Apr 9
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thread with updates for data released April 9 another 6 million jobless claims the past week
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UMA Apr 4
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Do you have the GIF address so I can share on FB? Thank you.
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πŸ“ˆ Len Kiefer πŸ“Š Apr 4
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Alan Apr 2
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is that bad
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Duane Apr 2
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