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File:World population growth rate 1950–2050.svg


A chart of changes in world population growth rate from 1950–2010 (red) and predicted changes in world population growth rate from 2010–2050 (blue).

The original was created 6 Dec 2003 by Securiger from data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.

Converted to SVG by Conscious.

History on English Wikipedia

  • (Delete all revisions of this file) (cur) 22:14, 27 March 2006 . . Casito (Talk | contribs | block) . . 1200×900 (11,907 bytes) (Excel Graphs look unprofessional. This is done in GNUPlot using the same source data. Also adjusted to show the more useful percent growth (vs. abs. growth))
  • (del) (rev) 15:50, 26 August 2005 . . Riumplus (Talk | contribs | block) . . 512×400 (3,103 bytes) (Removed unused colours from the PNG pallete, shrinking the file size by 41%)
  • (del) (rev) 13:23, 6 December 2003 . . Securiger (Talk | contribs | block) . . 512×400 (5,242 bytes) (A chart of changes in world population 1952-2002)


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