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How Does Your State And Your Earnings Compare?
Across the US the amount households earn varies significantly state to state.
Ecological Atlas of the Bering, Chukchi, and Beaufort Seas
This comprehensive, trans-boundary atlas contains over 100 maps of Arctic marine mammals, seabirds, sea ice, subsistence, and more. The Atlas is organized into six sections that build, layer by...
Atlas Of Palestinian Communities In Israel
This bilingual atlas provides for the first time a comprehensive, easily accessible and detailed overview of all Arab-Palestinian communities in Israel. All maps were specifically designed for this...
This is a visualization showing the number of steps walked between the months of January and April. This viz was intended to show the days I was laziest at hence the days with the least number of...
How the Monsoon Could Devastate Rohingya Camps
Aid agencies fear the monsoon in Bangladesh will imperil thousands of Rohingya refugees crammed into makeshift camps. This project uses data to map the many layers of danger and highlight areas...
Fight For The Street
This is a visual analysis of 15699 bike accidents in Hamburg, Germany from 2011 until 2016. Using data visualization it is shown who is responsible for the accidents and what causes them. In...
How Faster Trains Draw China’s Cities Ever Closer
“How Faster Trains Draw China’s Cities Ever Closer” is a visual-dominated piece reviewing the changes of time-distances between China’s cities. China’s rapid development of high-speed railways...
Mapped: The Largest Company By Revenue Headquartered In Every State
A lot of people look for jobs at big companies because they can be great places to build a solid career. Unfortunately, if we measure the size of a company in terms of annual revenue, there may...
Most Dangerous Places
Using conflict data provided by ACLED and a gridded world population estimate compiled by CIESIN, "Most Dangerous Places" shows the number of fatalities per person in Africa and Asia, compared to...
VisualizeIt - L'Italia Attraverso I Dati
Every second Monday we present a thematic map on the peninsula and its regions. We cover the economy, society, sport, curiosities and much more.
All The Buildings in Manhattan
This interactive visualization uses WebGL in the browser to give a 3D look at all the buildings in Manhattan. Using data provided by the city of New York, the user can filter the buildings by...
Phantom Islands – A Sonic Atlas
Phantom Islands are artifacts of the age of maritime discovery and colonial expansion. During centuries of ocean exploration these islands were sighted, charted, described and even explored – but...
An interactive map of the pollution of rivers in Ukraine based on data from the State Agency of Water Resources. There are more than 400 river water control points on the map. You can view up to 16...
This is a dot density map of religious identity across Greater London. Using data from the 2011 Census, I was able to represent each person as a single dot - that's almost 7 million for London...
Manhattan Tree Map
This wooden map is a celebration of NYC’s street tree population. It is a hybrid of a choropleth map, a bar chart, and an interactive game. Each neighborhood is represented by a removable wooden...
Four Elements of a Human Habitat
What aspects of our modern life can be found at any place and in any scale? A neighborhood, city, and region are analyzed by uniformly displaying selected data in the same four fields: Economy,...
Iceland's Ring Road
This was a student project, where the assignment was to create a map or other spatial visualization while using best practices for easy cognition and perception. I decided to create a map of...
All the world's metro line colours
Visualizations And Storytelling In Housing
A series of visualizations and experimental tools around housing at a granular level.
The Discovery of the Roundtrip and the Beginning of Globalisation
Deputy Head of Infographics for the South China Morning Post, Adolfo Arranz, uses historical data for his series of infographics about globalisation’s beginnings in the 16th century, when the...
Rivers of Plastic
I am impressed by the “Principle Rivers/Mountains/Lakes” map diagrams that were so popular in the mid 1800s and have been curious about how I might reproduce that aesthetic without etching on...
Visualizing over 58 thousand UFO sighting in the Contiguous United States from 1995 to 2014.
The Citi Bike Commute
Using data from Citi Bike, this interactive visualization gives the user a 3D look at all the trips taken with Citi Bikes one summer day in 2017. Filter trips by membership type or by trip origin,...
Visualizing The Human Footprint
We are living in the anthropocene—an epoch characterized by humankind's profound impact on the planet. This poster presents seven geographic views of human activity and influence: it highlights...
Spring is Springing Earlier and Earlier
In large expanses of the continental United States, spring is arriving earlier than in past years. In this graphic story for The Washington Post we analyzed first-leaf and first-bloom indexes, as...
What is the Pizza Capital of the US?
When it comes to restaurants, every US city has a unique identity. Austin, TX is renowned for its BBQ. New York City is densely packed with pizza-by-the-slice. San Francisco and LA compete on...
Is Melbourne an Inclusive City?
Melbourne provides some of the country’s best food and entertainment, but not everyone has access to it. Over half the buildings in Melbourne CBD alone are not accessible to people in Wheelchairs...
The Space for Students
Historically, the city of Los Angeles favored low-density development. As a result, 75% of L.A. residential space is zoned for single family homes. (R1 Parcels) Low density housing paired with...
The Most Interesting World Frontiers
Overview of the most interesting and disputed borders of the World. Infographic designed for the Sunday supplement of La Repubblica newspaper.
Spaceports of the World
Since the launch of Sputnik 1 in 1957, 29 spaceports around the world have been used to launch satellites to orbit. This interactive map and timeline shows the cumulative launches from each...