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Getting To Grips With North Korea In 15 Graphics
North Korea is never far from the media spotlight, as the rogue state’s nuclear weapons programme gathers momentum and its war of words with the United States threatens to spiral out of...
Prices and Earnings
Prices and Earnings is an interactive report visualizing and analyzing data about the purchasing power of different professions for standardized baskets of goods. The data covers 77 cities around...
A Data Portrait Of Trump, Based On His Tweets
This is a searchable database of all of Trump's tweets in 2017. Each grid forming the image of Trump here represents a tweet. The tweets can be arranged in order of weekday & month.
There is no discerinble relationship between height and power. Maybe world leaders really are larger than life.
A Better Way To Think About The Jobs Numbers
The Bureau of Labor Statistics’ monthly jobs report is an important measure of our economy’s health. But much of the news coverage overestimates the importance of early numbers that are subject to...
$63 Trillion Of World Debt In One Visualization
How much debt has been racked up by governments? This stunning infographic shows each country's share of world debt, along with their debt-to-GDP ratio.
Following being moved by the statement of Michael Dowden ( see #IAmMichaelDowden on twitter) who conducted himself with courage and professionalism in an impossible situation I created the attached...
Guns on the Move
The extent to which guns from states that are better for gun owners are used in crimes in states less friendly to gun owners is a topic of much study. We explore the same question visually using...
The Differences In How CNN, MSNBC, And FOX Cover The News
Cable news is a major source of information for millions of Americans. But the story you get depends on the channel you watch.
Navigating Brexit Waters
As part of the transition deal announced in March 2018, Britain agreed to remain within the European Union’s Common Fisheries Policy for around 20 months after Britain leaves the EU on March 29,...
My Memory of Wenchuan Earthquake
The devastating Wenchuan Earthquake shocked the world on May 12, 2008. Over 69,000 people lost their lives in the quake, and it has become the most painful memory for many since then. Near the 10th...
Where's My Water?
Water is a bare necessity to us humans, and with the population explosion and rampant industrialization all around the world, we stare down the imminent Day Zero. Water, as we know it, will no...
Latin America’s homicide epidemic
The region has the worst murder rate in the world, but there are some signs of improvement.
How Russia Elects its Presidents
Since dissolution of the Soviet Union, Russia has had six presidential elections with a total of 29 candidates, including two women. Examine Boris Yeltsin’s unexpected resignation and steady rise...
Segregation in America
Where a divided nation stands, half a century after Martin Luther King’s death
Donald Says – The Latest Buzz About Donald Trump
Donald Says is a press review for Donald Trump related news. This website analyzes 40+ U.S. news feeds and delivers an overview for up-to-date news trends. It shows the frequency of new articles,...
Terror attacks by Muslims receive 357% more press attention, study finds
Research from the University of Alabama shows attacks by non-Muslims receive an average of 15 headlines, compared with 105 for those by Muslims.
What's Your Vote Worth?
"What's Your Vote Worth?" presents America's proven capacity to improve equal access for its voters, while also encouraging readers to critically examine aspects of the American voting system where...
The Warming Planet
Visualising the Land-surface temperatures by season to observe how it has increased from 1850-2015
Here's why more women should get into politics
Assessing Health Care Worldwide
Access to adequate health care is crucial to social and economic development, as healthy human capital fosters productivity and economic growth. This scrollytelling interactive tracks global...
How Childhood Gun Victims Die
Belt of the period
With the continuous development of the high-speed railway in China, it is divided into eight vertical and eight horizontal lines. We choose one of the horizontal "shanghai-kunming railway" and...
Paying The President
Government and campaign spending at Trump properties.
Putin is Sure of Victory, but Little Else
Cruising to a fourth term in the March 18 elections, Vladimir Putin is relying on a deep well of support based on two main factors: the huge rise in living standards over his 18 years in ofﬁce...
Quiz: How well can you identify news trends?
We’re going to show you a chart without any labels. Then we’re going to ask you to choose among a few options for what the chart represents.
In Search for a Candidate
Visualizations about the Google search popularity of candidates to the 2018 Brazilian presidential election
Political Network Map
An interactive network map about the main political ideologies and their related economic and social doctrines. Each ideology is linked to some specific octrines about economy, socaility, work and...
Cost of Living Across Europe
The HICP is the best economic indicator of the real cost of living across Europe. However most people don't know about it. In a self initiated project we took the challenge of introducing the...
Subway Policing in New York City Still Has A Race Problem
NYPD has significantly reduced arrests for subway turnstile jumping. But who gets arrested hasn’t changed: 9 out of 10 of those arrested for turnstile jumping are black or Hispanic. Across the...