Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by west india man, Sep 26, 2020.
Uh... um... something environmental protection maybe?
Okay, so I tried to find the source of the data (I recoloured a map from wikipedia) and its not cited. So I looked up the actual laws in some of the countries and I can't vouch for this map anymore. It marks Norway as illegal but that won't be true until 2025. Meanwhile, Denmark was on track to be illegal by 2024 yet was put in a different category.
It was laws regarding fur farming. The map caught my eye after reading up Denmark's plan to cull 17 million minks because of covid.
I nominate @Birdjaguar for the next map as his it was his question that caused me to find the errors.
Never DIY maps if you aren't 100% sure ^_^
Thanks. I'm not ready to provide a map, so I pass and would like to see someone who has not done one in a while take on the challenge. Which of my questions did that?
So I did the penultimate one, is anyone going to complain if I do one?
3 hours and no response. OK, first clue:
This is a really easy one. About 1000 times easier than last time. (note: 64% of statistics are made up one the spot)
Is this directly about money?
No (very much indirectly)
What's special about the Czech republic?
Does it have something to do with languages?
Nothing to do with language. What is special about the Czech republic is its history, combined with my capacity for effort. Yugoslavia has a similar issue.
The fact that China is the same as mongolia is completely random, and Russia/Kazakhstan.
Since I posted this thought of a change I could make to make the map a more useful representation of the world. This is the same as before, but with the denominator as an integral with respect to time rather than a single time point.
Completely unrelated to this map, but why is Laos so hard to get data for? That is the grey country in the middle of south east asia? I cannot find it on any of my datasets, and looking at others it is often missing.
...er... the new map is not helping, I'm afraid :/.
Is higher better?
No, except for those involved.
I guess it's not about corruption ?
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