Since the data we discussed here are global dynamic immigration data, one of the most straightforward ways to illustrate the information is using maps. So we created an interactive map based on D3 to display the global overview of the immigration and immigration changes over the years. Because this dataset has the data of 232 countries, illustrating all the immigration flow in a single map might cause the overloading of the information. So, we chose continents as units instead of countries. Maps are constructed by continent maps, lines, and arrows. The width of lines stands for the number of immigrants…

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