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The New Political Galaxy Under Macron
Emmanuel Macron's new political party 'En Marche' changed everything in the french political landscape ; the classic left/right division is no more, as the two historic left and right parties faced...
Rescue Signatures in the Mediterranean
This visual and interactive report shows how the combination of several different types of data can be leveraged to provide a more systematic understanding of the efforts made to save lives in the...
Under The Iceberg
According to the 2013-2018 public announcement and other media reports of the Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Processing Information System of the Ministry of Ecology and Environment of...
Sustainable Development Goals
These dashboards present data from the World Development Indicators (WDI) that help to monitor the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), but they are not always the official indicators for SDG...
Turncoats in the House of Representatives
From 3/8/2018 to 4/4/2018, Brazilian Congressman had a free pass to change Parties without running the risk of losing their mandate due to partisan infidelity. Since campaign donations by...
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.
Racing To Parliament
Reuters scraped and stored counting data every few minutes from all 543 seats in order to visualise how races were won in the Indian Election. This granular data was turned into animated charts to...
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...
Conflict urbanism: Columbia
A random sample of 200,000 victims of the conflict
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...
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...
"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...
Women In The House Of Representatives Over The Last 100 Years
The project shows representatives by party and by gender highlighting women in each party. You can see the inequality of men and women in the house of representatives of the United States during...
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
Analyzing and Visualizing data on Ocean Commitments (SDG14)
Voluntary commitments for The Ocean Conference are initiatives voluntarily undertaken by Governments, the United Nations system, other intergovernmental organizations, international and regional...
Freedom Of The Press
The project visualizes scores of press freedom over years. 'Freedom of the Press', an annual report on media independence around the world, assesses the degree of print, broadcast, and digital...
Plastic Buildup in Our Oceans
From food storage to furniture—we use plastic for everything. In 2008 alone 245 million tons of plastic were produced. These plastics often find there way into our waterways. Every year 6.4 million...
The ice is melting
Nicco Cirone visualizes the decrease in ice volume over the last decade.
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.
A "to do list" for humankind
Sustainable Development Goals sanctioned by the UN are basically a "to do list" for humankind. Take a closer look.
There is no discerinble relationship between height and power. Maybe world leaders really are larger than life.
U.S. Foreign Aid To Israel
Israel is the largest cumulative recipient of U.S. foreign assistance since World War II. To date, the United States has provided Israel $134.7 billion (current, or noninflation-adjusted, dollars)...
Parliamentary forces in the history of the Italian republic.
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.
Race To Replace Iran Oil Grades As US Waivers End
Producers of heavy and medium sour crude oil grades like Saudi Arabia, UAE, and Iraq are among the winners from US sanctions aimed at Iranian shipments. This sankey graphic looks at which...
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...
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.
Explore the Politicians in the Paradise Papers
To create Paradise Papers, we used interactive graphics to illustrate complex concepts relating to secret, often convoluted tax machinations of some of the world’s most powerful people and...
Some countries (most of them "great" democracies) invest a lot of money in their military spending and the production / transfer of arms. I used processing (well, p5.js) to visualise the top 10...
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...