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The following two graphs were made using the PtPlot plotting package from Berkeley. The data was generated by me. These plots are interactive in that you can click and drag a box to zoom in on one or more areas of the graph. You can zoom back out by clicking on the "fill" button. Keep in mind that the scales may not be what you expect ;-).


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Note that my personal favorite, the Amex BlueCash card, which you can no longer get, still beats most cards as you spend more because it is completely uncapped. I show a generic 1% card to give a sense of how things compare. Note that none of the plots take into account the 5% EDP.





























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