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University Challenge







Been away, mostly on twitter, due to work pressures. Am stepping back a little now, so back to the ranting and raving about nonsense.

The following pictures made me wonder - what does it say if there is a 'collection' effect with regards to distribution of these universities? Is it because they were founded in that order, or something else.

Nice pictures anyway, enjoy.




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Comments:

  1. Blogger Aravis says @ 5:33 am
    A month after you posted this but...

    It's clustered like that because the east coast is the oldest part of our country and the most densely populated for a long time, so there are more schools. Many of the oldest, most prestigious schools are found here, especially Boston and NYC, or down in Virginia.

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