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« VizThink Conference 2008 | Main | World Clock Counter »
Sunday
Sep022007

World Population Density


This is a prime example of how seeing the data visually is better than reading numbers. Here is a population density map from Wikipedia.

We have heard that China and India have most of the human population in the world, but here you can really see and understand how much. Reading that China's population is four times that of the U.S. is much harder than really seeing it on a map.

The Wikipedia page on World Population has some other great information too.

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Reader Comments (2)

The map above was developed by Mark Newman and his colleagues, and can be seen at www.worldmapper.org -- Another fascinating version is at http://www.odtmaps.com/detail.asp_Q_product_id_E_PopMap-35x52
and was developed in 2005. There are also postcard versions ( http://www.odtmaps.com/detail.asp_Q_product_id_E_Pop-PC-4x6 )
and a magnet version ( http://www.odtmaps.com/detail.asp_Q_product_id_E_PopMag-4x6 ).

March 29, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterBob Abramms

CORRECTION:
not: The map above
but: An additional population map...

March 29, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterBob Abramms

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