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Andrew Gelman

Even better, I think, would be just to display a dot for the location of each meeting. Since they're in cities, not states. If there are 2 in the same city, just jitter the 2 dots slightly.


And even better would be to have both city and state data on the same map. This would then look like the Wi-fi nation map I talked about a while ago.

Wifi Nation

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