December 06, 2011
The UNODC’s yearly World Drug Report is always a fun piece of data to play with. For my data journalism course, I’ve used some of their stats to visualize aspects of it.
Below I’ve done a bubble chart showing consumption data. The size of the bubble shows total regional consumption, while each slice shows regional consumption of each drug.
What does any of it mean? Well, two really obvious things:
For another, I visualized where all the opium production in Afghanistan for 2010 is located:
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