The Pew Research Center recently released this interactive map that allows visitors to view a series of data visualizations about how migration around the world has evolved between 1990 and 2017. This division defines a migrant as "someone who has been living for one year or longer in a country other than the one in which he or she was born," To use this visualization, visitors can select a year and a country. Next, visitors may select whether they are interested in information about emigration
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Crash Course YouTube channel recently launched Crash Course Statistics - a series of short videos dedicated to helping people make sense of statistics in their lives.
Probably the most well-known cyber attack map is the one produced by Norse
Stuff in Space Stuff in Space is a "real-time 3D map of objects in earth's orbit", including satellites and debris. On this map, different kinds of "stuff in space" are color-coded: red for satellites, blue for rocket bodies, and grey for debris. Visitors may also explore different groups of space objects, which include maps of all Global Positioning System (GPS) satellites and their orbits and a map of the debris created by the 2009 collision of the satellites Iridium 33 and Kosmos 2251.
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