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How the new Australian Senate works
After a bitterly contested Australian election, the returned Government of Malcolm Turnbull faces the prospect of negotiating with various blocs of other parties in order to pass its agenda through...
A visual and data analytic exploration of success in tennis: Uncovering the relationship between performance and popularity. The visualization shows the career paths of the currently 500 best...
Another Life Taken
Another Life Taken is a project that illustrates abortion in America at the central point of contention — the humanity of the unborn. It represents each child individually as a fetus rather than...
Women in Space
As of today, 59 women have been to space. In honor of International Women’s Day, I used the upcoming Mapbox Studio dataset editor and Mapbox GL JS to visualize where each astronaut is from and more...
Should Prison Sentences Be Based On Crimes That Haven’t Been Committed Yet?
Risk assessment tools -- tests that are supposed to measure a prisoners risk of recidivism -- are coming into increasing use. These tools can reduce the size of prison populations and avoid...
Decline in Glacier Mass Balance
I created a series about some of the major impacts of global warming that I witnessed in Washington State this summer, using scientific data to show how the drought is devastating the...
The new Republican center of gravity
From 'vehemently oppose' to 'all in': explore the universe of positions on Donald Trump. See which politicians have been sucked into orbit by the gas giant and which ones are resisting the pull.
Every shot from every “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” trailer, logged and charted
An interactive analysis revealing how the Star Wars trailers frequently repeat scenes while parsing out bits of new material to generate attention.
Setting the Pace
Explore how the Fed has steered the economy during the past 60 years by using its power over rates — and how markets and the economy have responded.
Jellyfish in Motion
For an article in the May issue of Scientific American, Eleanor Lutz—with input from Bradford J. Gemmell, a marine biologist at the University of South Florida—developed a series of...
Colorful wandering paths emerge when examining the numbers of well known mathematical constants and irrational numbers like pi, e, the golden ratio, and others. Starting at a single point, a...
Data USA puts US government data in your hands. It's a free and open source platform that combines data from a variety of U.S. statistical agencies and brings it to life in more than 1.8 million...