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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...
America’s ‘Retail Apocalypse’ Is Really Just Beginning
With sky-high consumer confidence, historically low unemployment and a growing economy, retail should be booming. Yet more chains are filing for bankruptcy and rated distressed than during the...
How To Win A Trade War
After Donald Trump wrote on Twitter that it would be easy win a trade war against China, we created an interactive game that explores that claim. Our project introduces readers to classic game...
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...
Demographic Simulator - Economic Impacts of Migration in Brazil
FGV (The Latin American Think Tank) studied the migratory scenarios experienced by the United States, Canada, Australia, and Germany and calculated how scenarios similar to those would impact...
$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.
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...
Latin America’s homicide epidemic
The region has the worst murder rate in the world, but there are some signs of improvement.
After five editions of consistently high-quality publications, the American Cancer Society and Vital Strategies sought to create a more readable and engaging experience for users perusing the...
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.
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...
Shiftworkers by the Numbers
A data story that leverages video, quotes, and an array of data visualizations to share what it's like to be one of the roughly 25 million shiftworkers in the U.S. - that is, individuals who from...
What Happened to All the Jobs Trump Promised?
Since the election, President Trump has made 31 specific claims about companies adding or saving American jobs thanks to his intervention. We went back to see what’s become of those announcements.
"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...
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...
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...
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...
A Rising Tide of Plastic in the Ocean
A Rising Tide of Plastic in the Ocean is an Infographic built using Tableau. It tells us a story on how Plastic Production is increasing each year and how this is impacting Marine life. It shows...
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.
A visualization of Google search interest in candidates to the 2018 Mexican Presidential Election
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.
The Pension Time Bomb: $400 Trillion By 2050
Affording old age.
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.
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.
In Search for a Candidate
Visualizations about the Google search popularity of candidates to the 2018 Brazilian presidential election
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?
The fastest growing and shrinking economies in 2018
Only four economies are forecast to contract.
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...
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...
In 2017, No More than Five Days Without a Mass Shooting
The number of days we’ve gone this year without a mass shooting. As a nation, our longest streak ends at only five days.