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The Republican Tax Law Explained - With Cereal.
This #NationalCerealDay, @alv9n explains the Republican tax law — with cereal.
10 Years Of "Exclusive" Economic Growth
The Philippines has been experiencing rapid economic growth in the past 10 years, yet there is a huge contrast between economic development and poverty incidence among the regions. Did the rural...
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...
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 Atlas of Economic Complexity
The Atlas of Economic Complexity is a powerful research and data visualization tool that allows people to explore global trade flows across markets, track these dynamics over time and discover new...
Beto Vs. Ted: What Drives Texans' Votes?
Last year, Quinnipiac University polled Texans on the Senate race between Democrat Beto O'Rourke and Republican Ted Cruz, which Ted went on to win. The poll asked about the issues and...
Basômetro: How Much Support Does The Government Have On The House?
‘Basômetro’ is a tool that monitors the votes of each representative in Brazil’s House of Representatives, with historical data ranging back from 2003 up to now. It then calculates a government...
Gun Violence in United States
Gun violence in the United States results in thousands of deaths and injuries annually. Gun violence is most common in poor urban areas and frequently associated with gang violence, often involving...
You Reap What You Sow: A Narrative Visualisation
The narrative visualisation has been created using Tableau Desktop application and has been published in Tableau Public. It showcases the best suited investment options available based on a...
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...
The Millions Who Left
Since German reunification, millions of people have left the eastern part of Germany, triggering a demographic crisis. Data now shows exactly what happened – and why there’s cause for hope.
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...
The Warming Planet
Visualising the Land-surface temperatures by season to observe how it has increased from 1850-2015
Plenum - The European Parliament Visualized
Plenum is a website that shows the complex structure of the European Parliament and makes it understandable. In an introduction, basic facts about the parliament are presented and its complete...
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...
How The Bundestag Speaks
ZEIT ONLINE has enabled the graphic analysis of all speeches held in the Bundestag, Germany's parliament, since 1949. The interactive application show when which issues were debated and how...
How People Changed Their Views On Political Parties In The Last 10 Years
This study shows data from the last 10 years and inspects how people changed their minds on political and economic issues. The data shows cross-tabular information, so in every question you can see...
Lok Sabha 2019 - India Goes To Polls
A visual essay of the Indian 🇮🇳 General Elections 2019 with the goal of answering a simple question: How did the news covered the elections? We tracked the contents and popularity of news about...
Whats at Stake in America's Midterm Elections?
This explainer-piece breaks down for an international audience why the US-midterms are important, how they function and what has been the party-wise trends over the years. Also, it looks at related...
India General Election Results Explorer
India has the biggest democracy in the world with 543 constituencies, each having fierce competition among the national as well as the regional parties. In 2019, more than 600 million people voted...
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)...
Warming Warning immerses visitors in a three-dimensional visualization of ongoing climate change. On one side, the > 1.5 °F change (since 1880) in global average temperature is highlighted...
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)...
Access to good-quality affordable housing is a fundamental need and key to achieving a number of social policy objectives, including reducing poverty and enhancing equality of opportunity, social...
The fastest growing and shrinking economies in 2018
Only four economies are forecast to contract.
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...
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...
The Brexit Rift Splitting The Conservative Party
A visual representation of how Brexit began to fragment Prime Minister Theresa May's party over time. After analysing the voting patterns of 650 members of British parliament on how they swayed,...
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...
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?...