I am trying to represent data of numbers of people in different areas of a city. Using graduated size creates different bubbles based on size, but this misrepresents data if the areas are not of the same size. For example, Alexandra township is a small area but has a high number of people, so the bubble is large, but Soweto is another township but the areas are distinct within the township so it only has a series of small bubbles. Even though Soweto has overall a larger number of people, Alexandra looks like it has the most people. See the picture below:
Thus, I want to create one symbol - like a human shape - that represents a constant number (50), so that if Alexandra has 200 people, it is represented as 4 of these symbols, and if different areas in Soweto have 50 each they are shown as 1 human symbol. Is it possible to do this in QGIS without manually creating new points?