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2018-2037 Small Areas for the City of Melbourne Population Forecast
A population forecast for the next 20 year for ten small areas in Melbourne.
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...
Urbanisation and Biodiversity
This Infographic project reveals the relationship between the population of three cities; Singapore, Hong Kong and Mexico City and the amount of flora species affected by the overpopulation of...
Australia's Drought: The Cancer Eating Away at Farms
The worst drought in living memory is sweeping parts of eastern Australia, leaving farmers struggling to cope and asking questions about the future. This series of maps explain the severity of the...
Casting a Wider Net
Newly released data shows the true extent of industrial fishing. More than 55 percent of the surface of the world’s oceans is fished, with China accounting for vastly more than any other country.
House Of Mankind With Tenants
A staple of acrylic planes holds the people of the continents ( Halma figures) as tenants with their accumulated wealth (as red LEGO bricks) for furnishing, the stock of foreign investment...
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...
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...
Coral Cities | Top 40 Places To Live
What makes a great city? Is it political stability? Low crime rates? Access to education or healthcare? We took one metric, looking at how easy it is for people to move within cities. We calculated...
In an era of rapidly changing cities and demographics, The Post wanted to measure the changes in race and ethnicity since the 1990s. To explore these national changes, we analyzed census data...
Insight Lane: A Data4Democracy Crash Model
Insight Lane is a volunteer-driven project that combines open data with the power of data science to predict the likelihood of crashes happening on a city's road network. In order to present the...
24 Hours of Traffic
Visualization of traffic flow from around the Greater Montreal Area. Time-stamped commuter GPS trajectories are visualized from 3 transit modalities: cars, public transit, and bikes. 1 month's...
Every year, thousands of people from all over the world, each one driven by her or his own motivation, with their own means, take the routes leading to the Spanish town of Santiago de...
Visualizations And Storytelling In Housing
A series of visualizations and experimental tools around housing at a granular level.
City in Flux – Informal and Formal Mobility Networks of Cape Town Revealed
Cape Town's mobility infrastructure is based on two major services: public bus lines and informal shared mini taxis. Together, they form a network of over 800 lines throughout Cape Town. »City in...
Poverty Levels and Floods
This project tells a story about the poverty levels and flood damages through physical visualization. This map shows the flooded residents from Tropical Storm Allison in Houston, Texas in 2001. The...
How the Sanchi's Oil Could Spread
On Jan. 14, the Iranian tanker Sanchi sank in the worst oil shipping disaster in decades, killing all 32 crew onboard. Water contaminated by the cargo of toxic condensate oil and the ship’s fuel...
Biking Copenhagen in 2014
In Copenhagen - one of the most bike-friendly cities in the world - 50% of all citizens commute by bike daily. This poster illustrates the bicycle counts in 2014 on four different streets in...
Visualizing China’s Most Ambitious Megaproject
China's One Belt One Road (OBOR) initiative will cost $4-8 trillion, affecting 62% of the world's population. See all about the megaproject in this graphic.
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,...
Global Map of Accessibility
The Global Map of Accessibility is an interactive map that lets you view the travel time between almost any point on Earth and the nearest population centre of 50,000 or more people. The data...
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...
The Geography of Pub Names
I got curious about understanding whether pub names in the UK can tell us a little bit about the people who drink there. So I produced a bunch of maps that would help investigate this. Some names...
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...
Etymological Map of Africa
This map of Africa tells you the translations of place names.
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...
How Silver Changed the World
The final chapter in his series on the birth of globalisation by Deputy Head of Infographics for the South China Morning Post, Adolfo Arranz is the story of ‘how silver changed the world’. Using...
Climate change is a very hot topic nowadays. We are facing extreme weather events more and more frequently. Unusual temperatures, excess rainfall or extremely strong winds, forest fires disrupt our...
Rome Metro Map
The project of a fantasy subway in Rome meeting the main famous buildings and monuments in more than 2700 years of history. They are 8 tematic lines about historic periods: (L1) Ancient Roman...
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...