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February 24, 2011

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Russian Sphinx

Thank you for placing link to my chart: Sale of alcoholic beverages by Russian regions 1998-2009
http://russiansphinx.blogspot.com/2011/01/sale-of-alcoholic-beverages-by-russian.html

Good to know that you liked the chart. I am thinking about creating more that kind of data visualizations, in countries such as United States, Russia, China, there is big diversity between regions.

Patrick Armstrong

Dear Ms Sphinx
I just ran across your site recently but I thought your were very skillful at the way you presented statistical data.

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