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Did your informant say where the graphs came from? I checked out the general site, and it's the sort of froth New Labour specializes in: an apparent wish to engage with the public, combined with a nightmare accumulation of obstructive jargon-filled crap that makes the engagement impossible in practice.

Somewhere in that structure it should even be possible to find the data the graphs were based on, but damned if I can find it.

Sean Carmody

I'd be interested to know your thoughts on treemaps/market maps like the one I used in this blog post. Too busy or useful?

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