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I find this incredibly difficult to decipher. The empty and dotted circles.. what?
the empty circles mean, well, empty i.e. zero.
Great work. Nice visualisation, and so true!
I really like how you use simple images to tell a story. Thanks for sharing. Planning to reference (if that is OK) as a good example of visual story telling. Best. P.
yeah, of course it’s okay. thanks, peter.
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