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A New Way to Look at the Earth

A unique combination of data, demographics and innovative visuals, this site resizes countries on a world map in relation to a menu of insightful data driven topics, such number of deaths from cancer or amount of steel produced. Excellent source
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A unique combination of data, demographics and innovative visuals, this site resizes countries on a world map in relation to a menu of insightful data-driven topics, such number of deaths from cancer or amount of steel produced. Excellent source material for cross-country comparisons.

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