This is an update of the graphs at this post with core PCE inflation instead of core CPI inflation as well as using this trend extracted here:
Here are the 3D graphs (two different views) showing the relationship between inflation and unemployment over time:
And here is the relationship in 2D (with the rainbow representing the blue curve above, with 1960s in purple, through the 2000s in red):
It really seems like the Phillips curve isn't a stable relationship and the patterns seen are pretty meaningless.
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