Behind my love of maps is my liking of graphs.
The first is certainly a traditional graph. Where do your electricity prices sit? Darwin and Perth apparently don't exist, but Perthites Grace and Sami are used to that. Country folk? Bad luck. You may have to click on the graph to enlarge it.
There is a Melbourne station with the name Croxton and the Croxton Park Hotel, but really it is Northcote, a suburb once a favourite of female wearers of sensible shoes, but not as much now as it has become gentrified.
Shopkeepers and retailers always scream blue murder if any on street parking is removed, citing how many of their customers drive cars to get to their business, when if fact they grossly overestimate the numbers, certainly in inner areas of Melbourne. This pictograph? is brilliant. If you don't know, the green is by tram. Many more travel by tram and walk than local traders thought, and even the cyclists were well underestimated. Making road space for public transport, walking and cycling at the expense of cars is a no brainer.