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Global migration and debt

Global migration and debt

http://flowingdata.com/2013/07/09/global-migration-and-debt

Ça c’est pas mal du tout

Global Economic Dynamics, in collaboration with 9elements, provides an explorer that shows country relationships through migration and debt. Inspired by a New York Times graphic from a few years ago, which was a static look at debt, the GED interactive allows you to select among 46 countries and browse data from 2000 through 2010.

http://flowingdata.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/GED-Viz-625x521.png

Each outer bar represents a country, and each connecting line either indicates migration between two countries or bank claims, depending on which you choose to look at. You can also select several country indicators, which are represented with bubbles. (The image above shows GDP.) Although, that part of the visualization is tough to read with multiple indicators and countries.

#data #statistiques #visualisation #dette #agglomérations #villes

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