Data-Visualization: Country Codes of the World

Currently more than 260 top level domains are in use on the Internet. While the .com domain still remains the most popular, many country domains are now widely used as well.

On the map below each country is represented relative to its population and territory (China and India are capped by 30% to fit the layout).

The map is available as a poster for USD 30 from Byte Level Research.


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