Data visualisation – an equine problem

The European trade in horsemeat mapped – interactive

More than 60,000 tonnes of horsemeat was traded by European countries in 2012. This data, from the Eurostat internal trade database shows exports of Equidae over the year – that is, ‘horse-like’ animals, such as horses, donkeys, mules and asses. Roll over the buttons on the left for details of where each country received its equidae from. Please click on the picture below to view the visualisation.

Source: Guardian

The European trade in horsemeat mapped - interactive - UK news - guardian.co.uk

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