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It is a common belief that Yellowstone’s most famous geyser erupts once an hour at very predictable intervals. But, in fact, the intervals between eruptions can vary greatly. Can we predict the interval from, for example, the duration of the previous eruption? Are there other patterns in the data worth noting?
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