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Comment: Excel data. What else? (Score 1) 1141

by trashpickinman (#33129378) Attached to: My Automobile Gets __ MPG
Since March 5, 2008 I've been keeping fuel and mileage records of my used 96 V6 Mustang. I've only kept records of complete fill ups; no way to calculate MPG with incomplete fill ups. But since 11-6-08 I've had continuous records. My overall MPG is 20.438, year 2008 was 20.624, 2009 was 20.804, and 2010 was 19.398. My highest was 27.942 MPG, with ~89% highway miles. Lowest was 15.46 MPG. And four different graphs to visualize my data.
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Study Catches Birds Splitting Into Separate Species 153

Posted by kdawson
from the it's-not-me-it's-you dept.
webdoodle writes "A new study finds that a change in a single gene has sent two closely related bird populations on their way to becoming two distinct species. The study, published in the August issue of the American Naturalist, is one of only a few to investigate the specific genetic changes that drive two populations toward speciation."

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