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How do people in developing countries spend their money?
Two-thirds of the money spent by Indian households go to roti, kapda aur makaan (food and beverages, clothing and footwear, and housing) alone. What about households in other developing countries?...
Boston Crime Map
The map shows that downtown Boston, Chinatown, Roxbury, and Dorchester have had more aggravated assaults than other neighborhoods. Roxbury, downtown, and Dorchester had more robberies than other...
Project "The Essence"
Distributing Information can save a life. It is important to provide updated preemptive Information in different Forms in certain Essential Products. Many regions face major challenges nowadays...
Suicides in Japan hit a 20-year low
The government aims to reduce deaths by a third over the next ten years.
Infographic For Global Climate Change
Global climate change is currently a serious problem in our society, influencing the Earth's future. It causes many effects on our environment, such as glaciers shrinking, ice on rivers and lakes...
The Killing Fields: The Rhino Poaching Crisis
Rhino populations in Africa have been decreasing for many decades. The biggest cause of this is illegal poaching. Rhinos are often brutally killed and their horns hacked off for sale on the black...
Which products have the highest growth potential in the future?
The dataviz project tries to visualize the growth potential for all products and countries worldwide to support small and medium-sized enterprises in least developed & developing countries to...
Infographic of the Quran
Al-Quran, or the Holy Quran, was revealed to the Prophet Muhammad more than 1400 years ago. Despite being unchanged since then, very little exploration has previously been made to the statistical...
Click an elephant together and save the world
This visual app makes CO2 goals tangible on the personal level: What can you change in your own household to contribute to the 40% reduction of CO2 emissions that the Dutch government has promised...
Conflict urbanism: Columbia
A random sample of 200,000 victims of the conflict
Oil and Gold
Going back as far as 1983, the prices of two key commodities, oil and gold, have often moved in close correlation with one another, even as the Consumer Price Index rose steadily. However, in the...
The Shadow Peace - The Nuclear Threat
The Shadow Peace is a documentary series that asks thought-provoking questions about war, peace, and humanity using a unique form of cinematic data visualization. The first episode, "The Nuclear...
Analyzing and Visualizing data on Ocean Commitments (SDG14)
Voluntary commitments for The Ocean Conference are initiatives voluntarily undertaken by Governments, the United Nations system, other intergovernmental organizations, international and regional...
A record year of home demolitions in occupied East Jerusalem
Too Far for Aid
20,000 immigrants in Illinois live further than 60 miles from the nearest Legal Aid Organization. Without proper legal aid, those without the financial means to pay for a private attorney are...
The Stories Behind a Line
"The Stories Behind a Line" is a visual narrative of six asylum seekers' routes from their hometown to Italy. The website wants to tell their stories through the data that shaped their personal...
The Point Of No Return - How the world is adapting to climate change
Climate change is an increasingly significant phenomenon and it’s likely to become irreversible. In this website, we analyzed how the international community is acting to mitigate the human...
Perception is often far from reality, particularly in an era in which fake news and unverified information are distributed globally with no semblance of control. The most significant consequence...
International Migration：Trends & Policies
An International migrant is a person who is living in a country other than their country of birth. The number of international migrants worldwide has continued to grow rapidly in recent years due...
A "to do list" for humankind
Sustainable Development Goals sanctioned by the UN are basically a "to do list" for humankind. Take a closer look.
International Number Ones
Because every nation is best at something.
The State of the Nations
A tilegram map of the world showing which countries are the biggest spenders on public health, compared to Gross National Income. Each country is also measured on health indicators.
Visualizing the Child Refugee Crisis
Many Americans struggle to understand the scope and impact of humanitarian crises happening outside our borders. This visualization engages the user into the problem and relates the scale of the...
Cats without a home
These beautiful cats are threatened by growing human populations, loss of habitat, illegal hunting (of both tigers and their prey species) and expanded trade in tiger parts used as traditional...
Battling Modern Slavery
Despite vast improvements in the global ﬁght against modernday slavery over the past decade, more than 45 million people remain victims of forced labour worldwide, with 58 per cent of those from...
World Poverty Clock
The World Poverty Clock is brought to you by World Data Lab in Vienna, Austria and its global network. It is based on a global standardized database on income which provides real-time projections...
America's broken healthcare system – in one simple chart
The US spends more money on healthcare than any other wealthy nation, but it hasn’t resulted in better health.
Measuring what affects misery
Mental illness is a better predictor of misery than poverty is.
The Myth of the Russian Emigration
Some say that when Russia’s borders did open with the fall of Soviet Union, citizens rushed out. Lately they bolted again, under the weight of western sanctions. But did they? This infographic...
Hurricane Harvey SOS Rescue Map
Living in Texas, I had spent hours watching news coverage as Harvey made landfall and slowly crept its way inland towards my city. Fortunately Austin was spared, but as the bayous in Houston...