An informative infographic called A Woman’s Place by Richard Johnson at the National Post. Very interesting analysis of some different ways to measure the best and worst places in the world to be a woman.
Canada ranked 17th on a list of the best and worst places to be a woman in the world. In the report, researchers from Save the Children looked at the health, education and economic status of women in 165 countries to develop the ranking, with Norway claiming the top spot and Somalia the bottom. The National Post graphics department analyzes the data:
I like this use of circles to visualize the scores, numbers and percentages because it’s easy for the viewer to compare values on the page. Circles are usually tough to differentiate when the values are close together, but there’s enough range in the values here to make the circles effective.
A high-resolution PDF of the infographic is also available.
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