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Where Germany Really Is Green
The Green Party is on the road to success. In the European elections, they got a phenomenal result in Germany. But choosing Green doesn't always mean living ecologically. Less rubbish, more green...
The Invisible Forest
Imagine if trees gave off Wi-Fi signals. The map is an experiment in visual representation with a poetic, rhetorical dimension. How would the city landscape change if there was a tree planted for...
The daily commutes of more than 130 million Americans have been used to identify commuter-based megaregions in the United States for the first time. The project was published in the academic...
A Mountain Is More Than Its Summit Elevation
We humans are too easily fixated on extremes, we count and compare and put things in order. The pinnacles of land are mountains, and they are always ranked by the elevation of their summits above...
High Street Split
A digital PR campaign for Together Money. With three in four Brits saying it’s important to support shops on their local high street, but a worrying economic climate leading to national brands...
Twenty Years, 20 Visualisations
How Hong Kong has changed since handover from music to politics, fashion to infrastructure, these graphics explore the evolution of Hong Kong on the 20th anniversary of the city’s handover from...
New York Bus Trips On February 12, 2019
I visualized the movement of the buses running in NYC in the morning on February 12, 2019. The bus records are gathered from the MTA website. Each line shows a movement of a bus between one record...
The world's top cities for people and planet
Today’s cities are finding it hard to be both livable and economically strong. Not one has truly balanced people, profit, and the planet, according to a new report on an index that ranks cities by...
The Emoji States of America
This visualization is a modified version of Chernoff Faces, a technique that maps multiple statistical values to the features of a face. Because it's 2017, we expanded on the technique and made...
German Media Universe
How independent is the German media industry? Who owns the most outlets and publications? This visualisation offers an overview of the entire industrial landscape, with its main actors, its...
Media Sustainability Index Explorer
The Media Sustainability Index provides in-depth analyses of the independent media conditions in 21 countries using six indicators, and reveals benchmark insights into how media systems have...
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...
The 'Peak Hour' project
Fairfax’s ‘Peak Hour’ combined old-fashioned with data journalism, video and interactive storytelling to chart the rise of Australia’s urban traffic woes, engaging its readers with insights...
Learning From Toronto. An Experiment In Participatory Urban Data Visualization (Part 2)
In order to allow an in-depth, more detailed exploration of the issues addressed in the interactive survey, a further step in the application user-flow allows people to access more complex...
On Time Every Time
When a train starts running from one station to the next station, conceptually, these two stations will temporarily be closer to each other. And that is exactly what this visualization shows:...
The Future of Transport - Data Visualisation Dashboard (Transport for New South Wales, Australia)
Everywhere around the world, governments face challenges planning infrastructure and transport. These challenges include growing and aging populations, safety and the environment. The Future...
Mapping Out The Unknown
This visualization reviews the data discovery process through the example of the 'discovery' of the Americas by early European sea explorers and cartographers. Original maps from David Ramsey...
A mini startup project built entirely in public, Hoodmaps charts different demographics and neighbourhoods in cities around the world.
London Population Map
London population map
The Mercator Problem
The Mercator projection map tends to be what most of us think of when pondering the world map. However, it has a major flaw, since it drastically distorts the size of objects approaching the poles....
A Summer Day In Amsterdam's Canals
This project visualizes the boat traffic in Amsterdam's canals, with actual data. It explores the different types of vessels in the water and their speeds, and watch the traffic ebb and flow as the...
Bioregionalism is an attempt to align personal identity with natural regions rather than arbitrary political boundaries. But most bioregionalist mapping still relies on the familiar conventions of...
Outdated and Unreliable: FEMA’s Faulty Flood Maps Put Homeowners at Risk
What happens when the maps that millions of Americans rely on to make informed decisions about flood risk are rife with inaccuracies? "Outdated and Unreliable: FEMA's Faulty Flood Maps Put...
Poor But Healthy
The map associates the prevalence of diabetes in London neighborhoods with the diversity of nutrients of 1.6B grocery purchases. In terms of diabetes prevalence, socio-economic conditions matter...
Arms Sales: USA vs Russia
The U.S. and Russia are the world's largest arms exporters. But where are the arms going? This map illustrates the flows U.S. and USSR / Russia arms sales from 1950 through 2017, using publicly...
Hello, Sun. - Sun Tracking and Shadow Simulation AR app
Visualise the sun's position through the seasons and see the sunlight’s effect on your surroundings in augmented reality. With the 'Hello, Sun.' app you’ll never be left wondering where the sun is...
Disaster Operations Map
CCUSA provides disaster relief assistance and wanted to create a map to better target mitigation, preparedness, relief, and recovery projects in order to best serve communities that are both at...
In A Warming World, The Fight For Water Can Push Nations Apart - Or Bring Them Together
Water doesn’t respect borders. Globally, 263 lakes and rivers are shared between at least two countries, according to the United Nations. Of the 195 states in the world, 145 have at least one of...
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...
Sea-level rise poses a global threat to coastal species around the world, as critical habitat is steadily consumed and fragmented by rising waters. This threat is particularly stark in the case of...