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Royal Constellations

Nadieh Bremer and Shirley Wu created a data visualization of ten royal families of Europe. The screenshot here is just a portion; it actually goes back to around 1100 A.D. You can manipulate it to show how the royal families are related to each other. The largest dots are the current monarchs. Just place your cursor on a dot to identify the royal family member. If you hover over a dot long enough, you’ll get a colored visual showing how closely that person is related to other royals across the chart.
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