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I think it'd be worthwhile to indicate the span of the data set used at the "top" of FIREcalc, or in the results, or both. I spent ~5 minutes looking around FIREcalc and all I saw was a Change Note indicating that 2007 data had been added.
The results of a default run refers to 111 possible 30 year spans, starting in 1871, so my guess is 2011 data is included.
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