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Graphs to analyze?

  1. Sep 1, 2007 #1
    I'm currently studying Micro-economics as part of my course. I wanted to ask about any online data that could help me practice this subject (links, files, documents...) I was thinking maybe something to do with demand forecasts, cardinal and ordinal approaches to consumer equilibrium, utility, scale of preferences; all based on real time graphs from large and small corporations. Or maybe a touch of micro economics used in the business world (graphs on demand)...

    What i'm trying to do is make some strong analysis skills, find the usual and unusual patterns of curves and graphs, and look for cases to discuss.
    It might be nice of you to try, because i haven't been active online lately. Maybe even provide me with the keywords to search for such files.

    Thanks indeed. :approve:
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