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New, redesigned #BrexitDiagram V15

Now arrow width corresponds to accumulated probability (was previously according to the probability at a node)

Headline: election after 31 Oct the most likely outcome
Why the change?

When @daserste @ardmoma used the diagram on TV this morning, they highlighted the most likely routes - and it worked! So I have adapted their approach for this redesigned version
And while it's fun to go "oooh, look, this whole thing is complex!", my aim is to actually *explain* Brexit and make things clearer. I think the redesigned version does this better

I have also tried to incorporate some of @ahaufstop's design tips - many thanks!
And as ever all the high res .png and .pdf files, and .ods for the calculations, and the draw(dot)io are on my blog:…
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