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And some are worth millions of dollars.
The app uses a third-party platform to power its maps.
Hater, a dating app that pairs users based on things they dislike, released new data about the most hated things in each state. For some reason Floridians aren't into workout clothes, Californians really detest fidget spinners and Virginians loathe dabbing pizza grease with a napkin.
"An atlas of the world not as it ever existed, but as it was thought to be."
The People's Climate March is an example of what is possible when we are not deterred by complexity. My map of the march
We've been dreaming about virtual reality for a long time. So long, in fact, that some are skeptical that it's really here to stay.
Based on data from NASA / SEDAC, this map shows how Italy's population is distributed -- half lives in the densely-packed purple areas (8% of the land), half lives in the sparse grey areas (92% of the land).
In terms of physical size, Canada is the second largest country in the world behind only Russia. But most of its 35 million people live in a very small area. To see just how small, follow the series of maps below.
Cartographers have a range of tricks to distill landscapes into two-dimensional narratives -- and the results are visually stunning.
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