It’s the world’s first ever hot air balloon plot. With the emphasis on the hot air.
This is from “The Global Epidemiology and Contribution of Cannabis Use and Dependence to the Global Burden of Disease: Results from the GBD 2010 Study” by Louisa Degenhardt and colleagues. I don’t really get the rationale for the mash up of pie chart with expanded stacked bars. Each of those is common enough by itself, although pies are pretty much never acceptable to the discerning datavizzer, but they map proportions to different visual parameters: angle and length. If you combine them, they just don’t work. Maybe the reason is that the focus is cannabis, and if they included alcohol in the bars it would swamp everything else. But… the stacked bars are actually smaller in height than the pie slice they supposedly expand on! Still, they could use a waffle plot, which is always a favourite of mine:
The other worry is that to make a mash-up, you have to get some bits out of analytics / spreadsheet packages and then get creative in some graphics package. That might just distort things a little. The pie is in tell-tale Stata default colors, while the bars are not; I suppose they were bolted together from different sources.