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    [–] Top 10 largest economies in Europe nerdy_maps 1 points ago in MapPorn

    Belgium is 11th, just behind Sweden. $550B or €490mld

    [–] It seemed you guys liked the Europe version, so here is the sequel: Top 10 economies in Asia [OC] nerdy_maps -1 points ago in dataisbeautiful

    Because that's how I always wrote it and never thought it was wrong. Now people are commenting, so I will fix it for the next map.

    [–] It seemed you guys liked the Europe version, so here is the sequel: Top 10 economies in Asia [OC] nerdy_maps 4 points ago in dataisbeautiful

    A milliard is this number (1.000.000.000) in (most of) continental Europe. In English its called a billion.

    But the confusion is that "billion" is also a word in continental Europe referring to this number: 1.000.000.000.000, which in English is called "trillion"

    [–] Top 10 largest economies in Europe nerdy_maps 3 points ago in MapPorn

    Soon. I've just done the Asia one, next is Africa, and then the Americas.

    [–] It seemed you guys liked the Europe version, so here is the next one: Top 10 largest economies in Asia! nerdy_maps 2 points ago in MapPorn

    I think it is the standard, just I always wrote it like that and apparently it's wrong. I'm going to correct that in the next mapm

    [–] It seemed you guys liked the Europe version, so here is the next one: Top 10 largest economies in Asia! nerdy_maps 31 points ago in MapPorn

    It has less than 6 million people, so it wouldn't have that big of an economy compared to for example Thailand with 70 million. Singapore is 16th.

    [–] It seemed you guys liked the Europe version, so here is the sequel: Top 10 economies in Asia [OC] nerdy_maps 12 points ago in dataisbeautiful

    Well done on disproving yourself.

    It's compromise, I'm not going to map based on your subjective sense of where the border should be.

    [–] It seemed you guys liked the Europe version, so here is the sequel: Top 10 economies in Asia [OC] nerdy_maps 11 points ago in dataisbeautiful

    Australia would be an impressive 6th just behind South Korea, and a per capita of well over US$ 58,000.

    New Zealand would be 22nd, but impressive for its size (44,000 US$ per capita)

    [–] It seemed you guys liked the Europe version, so here is the sequel: Top 10 economies in Asia [OC] nerdy_maps 9 points ago in dataisbeautiful

    There's no way of making a map to please all three sides, and I'm not going to go out of my way to please one side. This is the general way of dividing up Kashmir to not give one side too much of Kashmir but give each side a part of it.