I am a financial consultant and analyst in Toronto. I have a Master of Financial Economics from the University of Toronto, I also hold the Charted Financial Analyst designation. In my spare time, I blog about using R to create data visualizations.
Personally speaking, I was not surprised to see that Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta have the greatest variance in data since many of their incomes are tied to agriculture and commodities which tend to be volatile industries.
I was looking at this StatsCan data on GDP by industry and decided to make some graphs to show how the breakdown of GDP has changed in this country.
11/26/2014 03:21 EST
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