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I found this in my inbox this morning: https://observablehq.com/@johnburnmurdoch/bar-chart-race-the-most-populous-cities-in-the-world

It's a fun bar chart that looks at the most populated cities in the world and how this changes over time.
 
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That is fascinating to watch from a world history perspective. Thanks.
 
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Oh, that is cool!
 
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