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China Chooses Its Most Powerful Leaders
The path to power means checking certain boxes.
Prices and Earnings
Prices and Earnings is an interactive report visualizing and analyzing data about the purchasing power of different professions for standardized baskets of goods. The data covers 77 cities around...
World Poverty Clock
The World Poverty Clock is brought to you by World Data Lab in Vienna, Austria and its global network. It is based on a global standardized database on income which provides real-time projections...
How Incarcerated Parents Are Losing Their Children Forever
The separation of immigrant families dominated headlines in 2018. But as we uncovered, a different family separation crisis has been unfolding in plain sight for years. In a multi-year...
Hall of Shame
This data visualisation sets out to show readers the faces of the murderers behind the trigger of each mass shooting in the United States since 1966. We defined mass shootings as events in which...
Visualizing China's Rise
China's emergence as a global power is likely to be the most consequential factor in twenty-first-century international politics. Yet the nature of Chinese power is poorly understood. Its...
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,...
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)...
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...
NBC News: Live tracker: Which Candidates Were On The Attack In The Second Democratic debate?
Dear Judges: When Sen. Kamala Harris' presidential debate received a boost in polling after her exchange with former Vice President Joe Biden in the first democratic debate, we wanted to know...
Bussed Out: How America Moves Its Homeless
Each year, US cities give thousands of homeless people one-way bus tickets out of town. An 18-month nationwide investigation by the Guardian reveals, for the first time, what really happens at...
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...
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...
The Killing Fields: The Rhino Poaching Crisis
Rhino populations in Africa have been decreasing for many decades. The biggest cause of this is illegal poaching. Rhinos are often brutally killed and their horns hacked off for sale on the black...
Our country has always been divided over great contrasts. For some years the ancient North-South dualism has returned to growth, certified in the 2018 elections by the double electoral victory...
What's Your Vote Worth?
"What's Your Vote Worth?" presents America's proven capacity to improve equal access for its voters, while also encouraging readers to critically examine aspects of the American voting system where...
United States of Arms
United States of Arms visualizes U.S. major weapons exports from 1950 through 2017. The underlying data comes from the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute's Arms Transfers Database, a...
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.
Oil Spilled at Sea
The Jan. 14 sinking of the tanker Sanchi was the worst oil shipping disaster in decades. Thirty-two crew died in a tragedy that has tarnished the industry’s gradually improving safety record. Here...
The State of the Nations
A tilegram map of the world showing which countries are the biggest spenders on public health, compared to Gross National Income. Each country is also measured on health indicators.
EU Election Results 2019: Across Europe
Latest estimated, provisional and official results from the European Parliament as they come in from the 28 member states. The entrant has supplied multiple files for this work:  
Analysis On China Economic Semi-Annual Report In 2019
In the first half of this year, the Chinese GDP reached 45093.3 billion yuan, an increase of 6.3% over the same period last year. The nationwide fixed asset investment (excluding farmers) is 299...
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...
Making the Connection
Right now, more than half the world is not connected to the internet, and almost 75% of Africa is offline. Why does this matter? For people living in the poorest parts of the world, access to the...
Mass shootings: How U.S. gun culture compares with the rest of the world
After mass shooting events, much debate centers around Americans’ relatively easy access to guns.
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)...
Segregation in America
Where a divided nation stands, half a century after Martin Luther King’s death
Over 4 million Americans don't have anyone to vote for them in Congress
Are U.S. territories and the District getting a fair deal?
Vaccines are an essential weapon in fighting disease outbreaks. But how does the time taken to develop vaccines compare to the speed and frequency of outbreaks? And how can we do it better?
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...