Steve_The_Beard wrote:Very interesting, but I'm disappointed.
So will be one man in twelve, and one woman in two hundred.
That's how many people share my imperfect colour vision. When I zoomed the image as far as possible I could finally see that the figures were actually in three different colours, but then I couldn't see the whole picture, or even a decent slice of it. Had you used three well-chosen different symbols, you'd have reached a larger audience.
I've never thought I had a color problem, but the green figures on this map were barely distinguishable from blue for me at first. Lately I have been using a "Blue/Orange Divergent" color map from https://datascience.lanl.gov/colormaps.html
. It obviously can't help the truly color blind, but at least it avoids the most common red/green problem. It also has a range of darkness (value) which can be helpful. As I read while choosing that colormap, "red and green should never be seen" (together in a chart).