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Challenge #320: Women Representation in Politics

sachinw
8 - Asteroid

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psampaio005
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lecorrea09
6 - Meteoroid

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Alessio
7 - Meteor
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Kearney
7 - Meteor

Here's my solution

 

 

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JamesCharnley
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I'm a visualisation best practise guy, so absolutely no pie charts. A nice plain bar chart. My favourite!!!

CandiceDB
Alteryx
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Watermark
11 - Bolide
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tanyafischer
8 - Asteroid

The reporting tool always makes my head hurt, but I still managed to create a hideous pie chart.

There's possibly be a mistake in the solution though. The table says "Number of Seats Held" when it's actually the percentage of seats held. Unless all the countries have 100 seats in parliament (my research suggests they don't) this is differing from what the data actually says.

ddiesel
13 - Pulsar

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