Posts filed under ‘Maryland by the Numbers’

1-14-11: Maryland By the Numbers: General Assembly Edition

Regional statistical follies for Annapolis.

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6-28-10: Maryland By the Numbers, Summer Edition

Statistical follies, regional and seasonal.

Continue Reading June 25, 2010 at 4:14 pm 1 comment

5-7-10: Maryland By the Numbers

Maryland By the Numbers Part the Sixth.

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2-12-10: Maryland by the Numbers V: Sno-MG Edition

Digging out the digits on Sno-MG 2010.

Continue Reading February 11, 2010 at 6:27 pm 1 comment

1-22-10: Maryland by the Numbers IV

Regional statistical follies.

Continue Reading January 21, 2010 at 5:47 pm 1 comment

12-28-09: Maryland by the Numbers I (Redux)

We revisit the first Maryland by the Numbers

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12-04-09: Maryland by the Numbers III

In the third installment of our occasional series we look at the digits that made up the past decade.

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10-26-09: Maryland by the Numbers II

Normally we try to explain Maryland stats and give them context. Here not so much.

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