[wdmmg-discuss] £495bn vs £700bn
william.waites at okfn.org
Wed Aug 18 23:26:06 BST 2010
On 10-08-18 23:02, Anna Powell-Smith wrote:
> Could we simply make all the spending bubbles for 2010-11 fuzzier, so
> there's an instant visual contrast for that year? Presumably all
> 2010-11 spending items are by nature estimates anyway?
This doesn't help with the visualisation, but if you
You'll see 2009-2010 data marked with sdmxcode:obsStatus-P
and 2010-2011 data marked with sdmxcode:obsStatus-F
for "provisional" and "future" respectively.
In theory the current year is some mix of real data
and estimates, whereas next year is obviously all
estimates. Maybe the graph could get progressively
fuzzier, or have bigger error bars or suchlike.
Now why there are two observations for some years
bears looking into, either its a mistake in my code
or there are acually two lines with otherwise identical
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