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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...
"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...
A new world atlas for a planet in crisis
Coming almost 450 years after the world's first Atlas, this Atlas for the End of the World audits the status of land use and urbanization in the most critically endangered bioregions on Earth. It...
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.
What's A 'Tempestry'? Knitters Turn Temperature Data Into Art
In a “Tempestry,” each color represents a temperature, and each line, the daily high temperature in a specific location. Put together three-hundred-and sixty-five of these lines, and you get a...
The Figures Behind The Faces
The Reuters graphics desk scraped thousands of documents to match the faces of every candidate in India's mammoth election with wealth and criminal case information. The result is a detailed look...
International Number Ones
Because every nation is best at something.
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...
Migration To Europe Causes Many Deaths
The aim of this data visualization is to discover the events of people failing to reach Europe between 2000 and 2018. It allows readers to visualize incidents and the resulting casualties across...
This project visualizes ten metrics, from freedom and governance scores to happiness and wellbeing indexes, for every country. The visualization offers a readable result despite the number of...
Matteo In Tour
With this real-time data visualization project I try to address one of the hottest topics in today's Italian politics: is it true that Matteo Salvini (deputy PM and Minister of Internal Affairs)...
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...
Infographic For Global Climate Change
Global climate change is currently a serious problem in our society, influencing the Earth's future. It causes many effects on our environment, such as glaciers shrinking, ice on rivers and lakes...
Vietnam War Bloodshed
The Vietnam War lasted from 1955 to the fall of Saigon in 1975, with more than 58,000 Americans killed in the war. This data visualization demonstrates the burden of casualties that the US Army...
ADL H.E.A.T Map
ADL H.E.A.T. Map is the first-of-its-kind interactive and customizable map detailing extremist and anti-Semitic incidents around the nation. ADL experts in its Center on Extremism developed...
How do people in developing countries spend their money?
Two-thirds of the money spent by Indian households go to roti, kapda aur makaan (food and beverages, clothing and footwear, and housing) alone. What about households in other developing countries?...
Harvard Growth Lab's Country Complexity Profiles
Harvard Growth Lab’s Country Complexity Profiles is a first-of-its-kind tool that revolutionizes how to think about economic strategy, policy, and investment opportunities for over 130 countries....
When The AfD Wins - And Loses
The far-right AfD could win in the upcoming elections in eastern Germany for the first time. We analyzed polls and discovered a pattern connecting infightings with voter approval. Along the...
Paying The President
Government and campaign spending at Trump properties.
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...
The Myth of the Russian Emigration
Some say that when Russia’s borders did open with the fall of Soviet Union, citizens rushed out. Lately they bolted again, under the weight of western sanctions. But did they? This infographic...
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...
Putin is Sure of Victory, but Little Else
Cruising to a fourth term in the March 18 elections, Vladimir Putin is relying on a deep well of support based on two main factors: the huge rise in living standards over his 18 years in ofﬁce...
Is There A Connection Between Undocumented Immigrants And Crime?
A lot of research has shown that there’s no causal connection between immigration and crime in the United States. But after one such study was reported on jointly by The Marshall Project last year,...
In the wake of the first official summit between U.S. President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin, see which foreign leaders the two men have each spoken to and met with most...
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
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...
Cats without a home
These beautiful cats are threatened by growing human populations, loss of habitat, illegal hunting (of both tigers and their prey species) and expanded trade in tiger parts used as traditional...
An Infographic Of NUS-ISS Achievements In The Year 2018
Established in 1981, the Institute of Systems Science at National University of Singapore (NUS-ISS) provides graduate education, executive education programs, consultancy, and research services. To...
Is It Worth Fighting For?
The number of protests around the Globe increased significantly in the past three decades. Since 1990, citizens' resistance and disagreement has been fueled not only by economic, social and...