The map above shows the theoretical change in the percentage of Indian Households with their own toilets between 2014 and 2017.
The map above, which shows GDP per capita for European countries in 1990 (just as the Iron Curtain was falling), reveals a general increase as one travels from east to west and from south to north. It also invites the question of what may have changed in the intervening quarter century.
Have you ever wondered how much of your city is accessible by public transport within 60 minutes?
The 12 maps above are a tongue-in-cheek look at the various ways the UK is divided besides Brexit or how to pronounce scone.
And before anyone complains, they are meant to be humorous and should not be taken too seriously.
You can see each map in more detail below:
The map above shows the percentage of EU citizens in each member country who have a positive view or image of the United Kingdom.
The survey data was taken in September and October 2017, so should take into account any feelings about Brexit.