**Process**

First I found the data by looking online. Originally I was going to use Unity to create animated circles which one could click which would present the statistics of each country, and it could be sorted by demographics given by census. This was....way out of scope. Also, there was the small problem of getting the data for other countries besides the U.S. So it was back to the drawing board.

Next, I decided to limit my scope to the U.S. So I did manage to get the data for the U.S. but there sorting the data into different territories and finding precise data for states and territories was also out of scope. So in the end, I just used the census for different ways of death, which was much more manageable.

I then looked at the data, and built graphs for each set. However, this wasn't very pretty. Bar graphs can only be so interesting. So instead, I went back to the circle approach. I approximated sizes of circles based on the numbers given and drew circles labelled with the data. The totals were the background, which were labelled. I then calculated the actual percentages compared to the total population in 2010 (since I couldn't find the data for 2013. So the nice circle graphs are the actual product, which is quite misleading, while I also had a nice table with the actual percentages relative to the total population in the U.S.