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The tallest buildings in the U.S.
Client's infographic: how tall would a state stand, based on its tallest building? Which states have the most high-rise buildings? What are most skyscrapers used for?
Flying To Hajj
Visualising how two million people reach Mecca for the annual pilgrimage. The annual hajj is one of the largest international annual pilgrimages. The 5-day event brings together Muslims from all...
This interactive globe shows the geology of Earth over the past 750 million years. Users can enter their locations to see where their homes are on the Pangaea supercontinent and other unique...
100 Years Of Platypus Sightings In Tasmania
Using Tableau and Mapbox to map 100 years of Platypus sightings in Tasmania. This map highlights where further areas of protection are needed to help protect this wonderful species.
How Does Your State And Your Earnings Compare?
Across the US the amount households earn varies significantly state to state.
Globe of International Trade
In 2015, the global import-export market totaled $15.6 trillion. This animated map shows where those goods came from and where they went. Each dot represents $1 billion in value of a particular...
The Shape of Slavery
This project has two goals. One is to show the remarkable relationship between the historical geography of American slavery and the present-day patterns of mass incarceration. But second, the maps...
The Geography Of China: Landforms And Terrain
This graph illustrates the nine major landforms and five major terrain types in China in the form of an infographic, also showing the formation of each landform and partial area ratio of terrain to...
Coral Graveyard: the Loss of the Coral Reef
This infographic explores the topic of coral bleaching and its environmental effects--bringing light to an issue that is less known.
Thirty years of Atlantic hurricanes
Each line represents the life of a storm as recorded by NOAA. The higher the line within each year, the higher the recorded wind speed. Storms that reached Category 5, the strongest of the strong,...
Where each country should be, based on its time zone(s)
A world map projection exposing the shortcomings of the time zone system; what would the world look like if time zone divisions were actually accurate? This is probably the first projection in...
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...
INRIX Data Visualization for Global Traffic Scorecard
Each year, transportation and location-analytics company, INRIX, releases its Traffic Scorecard — a global ranking of major cities based on the economic costs of traffic congestion based on more...
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...
One Great Road
Any visualization is a Rorschach test with each viewer seeing something different. Although the era of geographic discoveries is long gone, each of us can still become an explorer via automatically...
What the Street!? – The Mobility Space Report
What the Street!? is a data visualisation project by moovel lab for the interactive exploration of mobility space in cities around the world. It compares how fairly cities allocate urban space...
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...
This is what would look like, if the annual emissions from cars in Los Angeles would form a big bubble instead of mixing into the air. That bubble would be hovering right over Downtown Los Angeles...
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...
An Alternative Data-Driven Country Map
Ever wondered what makes different countries similar? We've explored that question through the lens of machine learning and created an interactive data-driven map where countries are organized by...
Bay Area residents looking to leave
Faced with some of the steepest home prices in the United States, Bay Area residents are searching for cheaper cities to settle down.
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...
Temperatures have been slowly rising for a number of years. In the charts below you can see that the late 19th and early 20th century were quite cool relative to the rest of the time period,...
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...
The Age of Agglomerations
This project forms part of Agglomerations. World>Russia>Moscow, an investigation carried out for the Moscow Urban Forum 2017. Сartographic data, graphics, diagrams and texts presented here...
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...