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StateMaster StateMaster allows students, teachers and researchers the ability to compare all 50 US states in some 3,000 different ways, from the number of bookmobiles to the number of wooden roller coasters. This free educational resource allows users to graph, map, plot, chart and correlate all
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StateMaster allows students, teachers and researchers the ability to compare all 50 US states in some 3,000 different ways, from the number of bookmobiles to the number of wooden roller coasters. This free educational resource allows users to graph, map, plot, chart and correlate all statistics. Thousands of flags and maps, as well as detailed state profiles, populate the database. Research is the primary purpose of this Website, but the information is so fascinating and actually so addictive that many users spend more time than planned surfing the database. An excellent way to learn about graphing tools and statistics, StateMaster provides a form at the top of every page form which you can select a category and statistic, as well as use more advanced filters.

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