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2022 Special Category: COVID-19 Visualizations
Visualization & Information Design
Parliamentary forces in the history of the Italian republic.
Vi(c)e organique offers a pathway for discovering the informal networks of influence that developed, starting in 2013, from consultations aimed at defining European environmental objectives for...
Artist Collaboration: Visualizing 10.6 Million Jail Admissions Each Year
The real impact of jail is far greater than the daily population suggests: People go to jail 10.6 million times each year.
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.
Our country has always been divided over great contrasts. For some years the ancient North-South dualism has returned to growth, certified in the 2018 elections by the double electoral victory...
What Assets Make Up Wealth?
This chart breaks down the composition of assets for each tier of wealth. See what assets make up a regular person's net worth, versus that of a billionaire.
Hall of Shame
This data visualisation sets out to show readers the faces of the murderers behind the trigger of each mass shooting in the United States since 1966. We defined mass shootings as events in which...
Share of Women in Elected Office in Every State
Women still have a long way to go before their representation in state political offices reflects the U.S. population. This graphic shows how women currently represent just 25.3 percent of state...
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...
Europe's Shift Right
Following far-right leader Marine Le Pen’s success in winning through to the second round of France’s presidential election, Reuters took a closer look at European parliamentary elections and their...
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.
From Drahoš to Zeman
The latest presidential race in the Czech Republic was hugely polarized. This infographic is to show exactly that - from one extreme to the other with all 6000+ municipalities between.
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.
Looking for Workers
As U.S. labor markets tighten, policymakers focus more on bringing jobs to where the unemployed live, and the pools of labor that exist in areas left behind during the recovery.
Over 4 million Americans don't have anyone to vote for them in Congress
Are U.S. territories and the District getting a fair deal?
A visualization of Google search interest in candidates to the 2018 Mexican Presidential Election
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.
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.
Gasoline Prices Around the World: The Real Cost of Filling Up
Gas prices are on the rise again—about 4.2 percent, on average, in the past three months. Behind that increase is a wide range of price swings felt differently around the world. We ranked 61...
Voting Patterns of Senators
When senator 'X' votes a 'Yea' or 'Nay' what are the chances that senator 'Y' would do the same? This tool allows you to find out the similarity in voting patterns of senators of the 115th Congress.
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...
After the policy of “The Belt and Road Initiative” has been put forward, we take the information design of the number of people entering China as the theme, and use the illustration to show the...
There is no discerinble relationship between height and power. Maybe world leaders really are larger than life.
How Childhood Gun Victims Die
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...
Paying The President
Government and campaign spending at Trump properties.
Flippable? Democrats Face Long Odds in Key Statehouses
As Democrats push to win back state legislatures in November, a Reuters analysis of election data found the party faces tough odds in the places most crucial to its future.
The fastest growing and shrinking economies in 2018
Only four economies are forecast to contract.
"He Was Always Nice" - An Overview On Mass Shootings
There is not yet a standard definition of the term mass shooting, however this is a daily issue in the US, since the list of mass shootings keeps getting longer. "He was always nice" lets the...
The Victims Who Don’t Count
A major nationwide investigation that revealed how in seven states victims of crime who apply for victim’s compensation to help with funeral expenses, lost wages and hospital bills are rejected if...