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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...
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...
The Warming Planet
Visualising the Land-surface temperatures by season to observe how it has increased from 1850-2015
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...
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...
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...
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...
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...
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 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.
There is no discerinble relationship between height and power. Maybe world leaders really are larger than life.
China Chooses Its Most Powerful Leaders
The path to power means checking certain boxes.
Elected Leaders Are Making the World Less Democratic
For the first time in several decades, the world is becoming less democratic, even as more countries hold elections. Bloomberg compiled and analyzed data from organizations that monitor the health...
What Trump talked about in the State of the Union
The economy, immigration and everything else.
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...
Here's why more women should get into politics
A Chamber Divided
Using the "BioFabric" method of depicting network diagrams, "A Chamber Divided" looks at historical co-voting percentages within the U.S. Senate. Over time bi-partisanship and intra-party variation...
Italian Republic Datastory: Governments Field of Educations
How has the ruling class changed at the helm of our country? I tried to answer the question with data collected by Andrea Carboni and some dataviz
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,...
A visualization of Google search interest in candidates to the 2018 Mexican Presidential Election
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.
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.