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English: Russian language status and proficiency in the World
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Source File:RussianLanguageMap.png
Data from Arefyev (2012)
Author Giorgi Balakhadze
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current07:02, 21 July 2018Thumbnail for version as of 07:02, 21 July 20181,000 × 460 (1.08 MB)Giorgi BalakhadzeDon't edit-war! If you want discussion first discuss and then act.
03:33, 21 July 2018Thumbnail for version as of 03:33, 21 July 20181,000 × 460 (1.07 MB)SoundingsolIt’s 10% or more, not less, and you’re not even giving any substantial reason for why you don’t think that a very large minority of 10% isn’t valid enough on a map that is meant to show the presence of the language besides saying that 30% is the only option. There’s a reason why those countries are there
20:43, 20 July 2018Thumbnail for version as of 20:43, 20 July 20181,000 × 460 (1.08 MB)Giorgi BalakhadzeReverting to the original file version. If you need 10% or less make another map, this map is with >30%
19:03, 20 July 2018Thumbnail for version as of 19:03, 20 July 20181,000 × 460 (1.07 MB)SoundingsolWhat do you mean? 10% is a very significant minority of the population. In some of the countries you removed the percentage is even higher
18:34, 20 July 2018Thumbnail for version as of 18:34, 20 July 20181,000 × 460 (1.08 MB)Giorgi Balakhadze±
18:27, 20 July 2018Thumbnail for version as of 18:27, 20 July 20181,000 × 460 (1.08 MB)Giorgi Balakhadzefixing grammatical error
18:23, 20 July 2018Thumbnail for version as of 18:23, 20 July 20181,000 × 460 (1.08 MB)Giorgi Balakhadze10% is a very low number, rv to the original description an areas (-part of Norway)
04:53, 18 July 2018Thumbnail for version as of 04:53, 18 July 20181,000 × 460 (1.07 MB)SoundingsolReverted to version as of 04:02, 15 March 2018 (UTC) You've missed a 0 in every one of those calculations. It says to count in thousands while you counted in hundreds. Also roughly 40% of Mongolians can speak Russian
20:54, 1 July 2018Thumbnail for version as of 20:54, 1 July 20181,000 × 460 (1.07 MB)Rob984Recoloured Latvia because it appears to be stated as 8.7% when infact its about 30%
20:36, 1 July 2018Thumbnail for version as of 20:36, 1 July 20181,000 × 460 (1.07 MB)Rob984Please actually look at the source. Lithuania is 130,000 out of 3,053,800 (4.3%); Latvia is 180,000 out of 2,067,900 (8.7%); Georgia is 240,000 out of 4,469,200 (5.4%); Armenia is 210,000 out of 3,585,800 (5.9%); Azerbaijan is 490,000 out of 8,922,400 (5.5%). And is Mongolia a joke?
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