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The Data Collection Of Your Personal Information
We are immersed in a digital age where our data is collected, mined, and shared by companies trying to target and control our behaviors. To inform people about targeted advertisements, a...
A Data Portrait of Bill & Melinda Gates
Through the Global Grand Challenges initiatives, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation has awarded 2,390 grants * so far in 90 countries. Each grid on this image of Bill & Melinda represents...
Infographics for the New Flagship Report
A series of infographics, developed for UNWOMEN’s new flagship report, 'Turning promises into action', uncover significant gaps for women’s empowerment. The infographic show how gender equality is...
Beauty Brawl: How inclusive are beauty brands around the world?
How inclusive are beauty brands around the world?
The world as one hundred people
Percentages of the world population as 100 people.
How to disagree well: 7 of the best and worst ways to argue
Many find themselves arguing with someone on the Internet, especially in these days fraught with political tensions. A great tool, the web also seems to drive dispute. A classic essay from one of...
Ten days after launching a quiz in which iROZHLAS.cz readers could compare their estimates of Czechs with real statistics, they gathered 41,000 individual answers. What did the readers...
Both men and women have crafted the world as we know it. Now, just for a minute, take a quick look around. Think about your work or your hobbies. How many women are a reference in those fields?
Human Mating Seasons
The surprising link between your birthday and place of birth— in one heat map
Perceptions of Probability
These are a couple of polls inspired by the Sherman Kent CIA study shown in the images below (discussion in this thread). I was super happy when they matched up. The raw data came from...
Six Degrees of Francis Bacon
Six Degrees of Francis Bacon is a website dedicated to the social network of early modern Britain, 1500-1700. At sixdegreesoffrancisbacon.com, scholars, students, and citizen humanists can...
Life After Death on Wikipedia
What pageviews tell us about how famous people are remembered after they die.
Women Lose Out to Men Even Before They Graduate From College
This piece explores job prospects for male and female college graduates. Through extensive data analysis, research and reporting, it finds that the careers that college-educated women take tend to...
The Wisdom And/Or Madness Of Crowds
An interactive guide to human networks.
How I Met Your Mother Through Your Grandparents
Every weekend, Shanghai People’s Park will be packed by groups of people, who are mostly middle aged and have children that they deem should get married soon, if not already late, and who're in...
Race In America
Using census data we created a voronoi tessellation of majority race data and then mapped it at the national and local level. Maps reveal macro- and micro-views of how people live in the United...
What Makes An Achiever
Visualizing student's academic performances across four subjects based on National Achievement Survey (2014).
The way we speak has an enormous effect on our identities. As part of a series on digital identity, we used a UNESCO dataset and D3.js to create a visual essay about the world's endangered...
How Diverse Are US Newsrooms?
The Newspaper Diversity Survey measures the percentage of women and minorities working in US newsrooms. The results from 2017’s survey are in.
One LGBT+ person is killed every day in Brazil
The theme is delicate and the work speaks for itself. Small details that make all the difference when we transmit information. take a deep breath and take a look at this breathtaking data...
Challenges Women Face
This is an "interactive data comic narrative" of the findings of a survey conducted by the World Bank on the challenges women face in the quest for economic opportunity around the world.
HEROINE - Gender Differences in Mobile Gaming
Gaming has traditionally been considered a male-dominated pastime. With this work, we aim to shatter this misconception and present beautiful, visual evidence that women are a highly valuable...
In 1939, ethnomusicologists John and Ruby Lomax set out on a 6,502 mile journey across the Southern United States collecting folksongs on behalf of the Library of Congress. Using maps, music and...
This is an infographic that represents some less than pleasant facts about love in regards to the digital world.
The Frequency of the Myers Briggs Personality Types
A visualization showing the connections of the Myers Briggs personality types.
What Makes People The Most Happy
It’s in the details of 100,000 moments. I analyzed the crowd-sourced corpus to see what brought the most smiles.
The Next Bechdel Test
"The Next Bechdel Test" was a months-long project searching for and testing ways to measure inclusion and representation in the American film industry. With input from professionals in and around...
Two Public Social Media Timepieces: An Archival Wheel and an Emotion Flower-Clock
The State Library of New South Wales collects material to provide a documentary record of life in one of the largest Australian states. The documentary record of life in New South Wales is now,...
The Relationship Between Money and Happiness
This chart approaches the fundamental question from a data-driven perspective, and it provides one potential solution: money does buy some happiness, but only to a limited extent.