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One Century of Plane Crashes

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A data exploration of 100 years of plane crash data. As we look deeper into this dataset, I would ask you to keep in mind that we are focusing exclusively on crashes. The statistics, therefore, are closely tied to only the flights that end in crashes. (blog.ebemunk.com) More...

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Bill Babis 1
It looks like since WWII nothing really changes much except for the variable number of souls onboard during any particular crash.
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Edward Bardes 2
I think we all know what that spike in 2001 is.

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