Created by: Jonathan Cousins © 2007
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This is a visualization of 2004 immigration data reported by the United Nations. The moving objects represent data about the number of immigrants that migrated to the top nine destinations countries. The squares represent each of the countries of the world and they are aligned according to their latitudinal and longitudinal positions. Note: If you are asked to "Trust" a certificate, please do. It's harmless.
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