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Interactive shaded map
This is an interactive visualisation that allows the ranked display of information for most countries in the world on three dimensions: health, living standard and education. The data displayed is available through the United Nations Development Programme and goes from 2003 to 2008.
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The user can select the country she is interested in, the relevant dimension and highlight other countries' position along the ordering. It also gives the user the chance of making a donation.
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