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Abusing the AnRep3D-generator: visualising energy-sources (III)

My oldest son looked at the graphs and thought it was unfair to combine coal, oil and natural gas + non-fossil in three directions as the volume would suggest a total. Used for the original purpose (visualisation of four different … Continue reading

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Abusing the AnRep3D-generator: visualising energy-sources (II)

Now it’s time to have a closer look at the full graphs. Not just one country, like the graph for the UKĀ  created with the demo-generator last time. All selected countries have to be shown together. A complication is that … Continue reading

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Abusing the AnRep3D-generator: visualising energy-sources!

Originally the AnRep3D graph generator was meant to visualise financial data from annual reports. Recently I realised other values can be visualised the same way. I performed a lot of energy-calculations the last couple of years and it’s clear we … Continue reading

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