Google Fusion Tables: an easy way to create data visualizations

I have selected some of my favorite movies from different genres and nationalities. I was curious to figure out how much each one had cost to be produced. In the case of movie series, I have chosen the one that I like most: Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince; Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith; Back to the Future Part II; Hunger Games: Catching Fire. I also have chosen two Brazilian movies that I admire very much. As I expected, the Brazilian productions had spent very lower budgets than the Hollywood creations, and it is nice to verify this data through visualizations.

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My movies’ preferences per genre.
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Comparison of movies’ budgets.
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Location of the studios. It is interesting to observe that most of the continents host one of my favorite movies’ studios.
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Genres such as Animation and Science Fiction share similar locations.

Link for google Fusion Tables:

https://www.google.com/fusiontables/DataSource?docid=156_b0bEG8Url9J8yqe3xm5m7bFQlQDOQgBEDECcv

Link for the Spreadsheet:

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1PX_0hpj46zaOQBs3ZmVjtjPjk1kJD-1I0h_OpVHIAzc/edit#gid=0

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