How The Economist Brought Interactive Visualizations To Their Print Edition

How The Economist Brought Interactive Visualizations To Their Print Edition
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The chart helps readers visualize the murder rate in Honduras, where one man in every 599 was murdered in 2012.

Emma Hutchings
  • 25 april 2014

To visualize the murder rate in Honduras, The Economist created an
“interactive” print chart. Titled ‘Blood on the page’, it listed the odds of a man being murdered in one year, in Singapore, the United States, Brazil, South Africa, and Honduras.

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