How to get lost in data analysis and still find your way back: Google public data explorer

Google Public Data Explorer is a data mining facility able to connect with several data sources such as the OECD fact-book, the World Economic forum or the world Bank datasets. Graphs are interactive and includes visualization of maps, scatter or lines.

In this graph I use the World Economic Forum data source to correlate the GDP per capita with the Government Effectiveness Index: guess what is the result?

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