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Mass shootings: How U.S. gun culture compares with the rest of the world
After mass shooting events, much debate centers around Americans’ relatively easy access to guns.
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...
Latin America’s homicide epidemic
The region has the worst murder rate in the world, but there are some signs of improvement.
The Warming Planet
Visualising the Land-surface temperatures by season to observe how it has increased from 1850-2015
What was Germany looking for?
Which terms were most commonly searched for in conjunction with the top candidate of the seven most wanted parties on Google?
Supreme Court Justices Become Less Impartial And More Ideological When Casting the Swing Vote
New research shows that Supreme Court justices are more likely to vote in line with their ideology when casting a pivotal vote. The findings raise serious questions about the neutrality of the...
Paying The President
Government and campaign spending at Trump properties.
A poll of polls: who do Americans trust?
The public is more likely to trust polls that are bad for liberals.
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,...
The Worst Tweeter In Politics Isn’t Trump
Twitter has become the venue for political outreach, international diplomacy, whitehouse personnel announcements and other important political communications. In this piece, we analyze the concept...
Black People In America
The problem of racial discrimination has been a social problem in different countries. The unfair treatment of African and Caribbean Americans in the United States is one of the topics that has...
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...
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...
Where South America drifts to the right
South America urges for more conservative governments. What showed first in Argentina and Brazil has been spreading across the continent. As political parties usually play a minor role in this...
108,470,690,115 People Ever and Counting…
Our submission visualizes a recent estimate by the Population Reference Bureau of the staggering number of people who have ever been born. Even though ‘modern’ humans have been around for at least...
The Geography of Future Water Challenges
Using maps and infographics, this publication shows water-related challenges and how these link to Sustainable Development Goals, quality of life, migration and conflict risks. The visualizations...
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...
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...
A New, Huge Review Of Gun Research Has Bad News For The NRA
The findings, while limited, point in one direction: Gun control can save lives.
Concrete and Coral: Tracking Expansion in the South China Sea
Exclusive data and satellite imagery shows the pace of construction on reefs and reclaimed land in the Spratly and Paracel Islands. U.S. military officials now say China’s military bases on the...
The Atlas of Economic Complexity
The Atlas of Economic Complexity is a powerful research and data visualization tool that allows people to explore global trade flows across markets, track these dynamics over time and discover new...
U.S. Federal Government Outlays
This chart illustrates U.S. Federal Government Outlays (discretionary and mandatory) from 1962 through 2023 forecasted as two animated pie charts.
Parliamentary forces in the history of the Italian republic.
Why Djibouti is Home to China's First Foreign Military
China formally announced the opening of its first overseas military base on August 1, 2017, the 90th birthday of the People’s Liberation Army, a day charged with symbolic meaning for Beijing. This...
The Republican Tax Law Explained - With Cereal.
This #NationalCerealDay, @alv9n explains the Republican tax law — with cereal.
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,...
See How Deadly Street Opioids Like 'Elephant Tranquilizer' Have Become
A mounting number of opioid addicts are encountering a deadlier and deadlier supply of drugs. The resulting death toll continues to rise despite years of alarms and efforts to intervene.
Oil Spilled at Sea
The Jan. 14 sinking of the tanker Sanchi was the worst oil shipping disaster in decades. Thirty-two crew died in a tragedy that has tarnished the industry’s gradually improving safety record. Here...
Early Voting In Marion County Is Difficult By Design
This article describes the disparity in early voting access in 2016 between Marion County, Indiana, and the "donut" counties of the Indianapolis metro area. The analyses use census block-level data...
Art of the March Archive
“Art of the March” is an online archive and visualization of 6000 protest signs collected after the Boston Women’s March on Jan 21, 2017. As the largest collection of contemporary protest signs...