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Volume 14, Number 8—August 2008

Letter

Improving Methods for Reporting Spatial Epidemiologic Data

A. Townsend Peterson*Comments to Author 
Author affiliation: *University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas, USA

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Longitudinal patterns in nearest-neighbor distances for A) counties, B) ZIP codes, and C) census tracts across the lower 48 United States, showing trends toward greater spacing among districts in the western United States compared with the eastern United States in all 3 regionalizations.

Figure. Longitudinal patterns in nearest-neighbor distances for A) counties, B) ZIP codes, and C) census tracts across the lower 48 United States, showing trends toward greater spacing among districts in the western United States compared with the eastern United States in all 3 regionalizations.

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