Author of the post based on the information available in http://www.perueduca.edu.pe/olpc/OLPC_Dist.html & http://escale.minedu.gob.pe/
The picture shows the distribution, nationwide, XO computers in secondary schools from One Laptop Per Child program.
The legend can reads as follows: The red dots repr...
esent 1 to 20 XO computers received by each school, the yellow dots, between 20 to 40, the blue points, from 40 to 60, the green points, from 60 to 80, and large red spots, from 80 to over 100 computers XO. [[Contact the author to get the sources files of primary and secondary XO computer distribution tables]]
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