Each post here is a separate figure I've created for either class, a blog post, or a bigger project. All the figures are for the United States, at least at the moment. If you click on the link, you'll find the figure itself, as well as links to the data used (CSV file), a codebook describing that data (they are not always informative - I'm working on it), and the Stata code used to produce the figure. If you are interested in getting the same look for the figures, I use the "plotplain" style in Stata. You can get this by using "net install gr0070.pkg".

  1. Number of service employees over time
  2. Number of manufacturing employees over time
  3. Weekly hours worked
  4. Goods versus services as a percent of GDP
  5. Inherent wheat yield
  6. Solar intensity
  7. Sea-navigable rivers
  8. Rainfall patterns
  9. Historical migrations
  10. Malaria ecology
  11. Night lights
  12. Number of frost days
  13. Number of movers and percent who moved by year
  14. Number of employees by year
  15. Contribution of accumulation versus residual in GDP per capita
  16. Metro percent growth relative to January temperature
  17. Growth in metro size relative to metro GDP per capita
  18. Metro area GDP per capita
  19. Relative price of different industries
  20. Number of jobs
  21. Number of establishments
  22. Job creation/destruction as perc. of existing jobs
  23. Change in number of jobs
  24. Entry/exit as perc. of existing establishments
  25. Change in number of establishments
  26. Population by education level
  27. Number of agricultural employees over time
  28. Fertility rates over time
  29. Dependency ratios over time
  30. Age structure by year
  31. Growth rate of physical capital per person
  32. Growth rate of human capital per person
  33. Stock of human capital per person
  34. Total emissions of over time
  35. Energy use per capita over time
  36. Energy payments as share of GDP
  37. Commodity prices relative to wage