Visualisation in practice

My last blog post discussed visualisation and its effects, and to complement this here is a visualisation created by Mary, Carrie, Pae and myself:

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This is a screenshot of an interactive map highlighting the prevalence of melanoma in Australia compared to other continents. The impact of visualising this data is hopefully to create a persuasive approach in that viewers of the map will have a greater apprehension of the depth of the problem in Australia and be sure to protect themselves from overexposure in the future.

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