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The predicted direct economic loss from hurricanes varies from state to state. This Demonstration combines data from ICAT (a provider of property insurance to businesses and residential property owners located in hurricane and earthquake exposed regions of the United States), the Census, and the Bureau of Economic Advisors to show how the predicted economic loss from hurricanes varies from state to state. You select the type of data you wish to display and the applicable state. You can further customize the appearance of the histogram by selecting various binning methods and height measures. The Demonstration responds with a histogram showing the distribution of the selected data for the applicable state and a table showing the mean value and standard deviation of the applicable category as well as the parameters of a Weibull Distribution that best fits the data.
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