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2022 Special Category: COVID-19 Visualizations
Visualization & Information Design
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.
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...
Would South Koreans Like To Have Immigrants As Neighbours
Being an expat in the UK, 'how a society treats outsiders and minority groups' has become one of the subjects that I care about the most. South Korea, my home country, in my memory wasn't the...
What Are We Worried About?
The visualization deals with the World worries, showing the results of the survey 'What Worries the World' which analyzes the 15 major sources of concern in 25 countries. For each country are...
Beyond Modern Borders
A report from ETH Zurich recently re-published by Harvard economics department, mapping out the various ethnic groups around the world. We were curious how this might compare with modern...
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?
What to know about all the men facing sexual misconduct allegations
Work At Home: 58 Interventions That Can Be Carried Out Without Authorization
The Sole 24 Ore website publishes an interactive map with all the interventions that can be carried out in a free building regime, based on the single glossary defined by the Ministry of...
The Wisdom And/Or Madness Of Crowds
An interactive guide to human networks.
The world as one hundred people
Percentages of the world population as 100 people.
Oct 26, the day women start working for free
The median salary for women working full-time is about 80% of men’s. That gap, put in other terms, means women are working for free 10 weeks a year.
Loss in Translation
A study on the non-invertibility of translation between languages, Loss in Translation analyzes how the top thousand nouns in English are translated to other languages and back. This is interesting...
In Peace We Trust
In a society riddled with little to no minority representation in media and academics, this infographic brings to life the recognition of underrepresented racial groups. As civil rights movements...
Explore how your choices impact your child's education in the Chicago public school system.
Keep Your Roots
Keep Your Roots is an infographic that tracks how native language is lost in each generation. From surveying 70 Asian-Americans, aged 18–30 in California, the majority of their loss was due to the...
More than a third of American adults are not getting enough sleep on a regular basis, according to results of a study released by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in...
Worthwhile is an app concept that promotes the act of inspiring and being inspired. Users can upload their creations and link them to other posts that helped inspire their own. The name...
Visualizing Toxicity In Twitter Conversations
A healthy Twitter conversation can be seen as one with long chains of replies that have little to no toxic messaging. For a conference talk urging cultivation of healthier conversations, I...
The Demographics of Others
I think we can all benefit from knowing a little more about others who aren’t like us (or who are), no matter how small the tidbits. Select sex, age group, and race to see the demographics of...
All Work, No Stay?
SBS has released a new data feature All Work, No Stay? exploring the effects of rising temporary migration on Australia’s cultural and social identity, examining the history and impact of the...
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...
Bringing Dark Data To Light
After having discovered that his steps were being monitored by a smartphone, he decided to take advantage of all unused collected data. Believing in the value of simplicity and following the...
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...
Human Mating Seasons
The surprising link between your birthday and place of birth— in one heat map
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.
Even at Shanghai’s ‘Marriage Market,’ it’s Hard to Find a Date
“Even at Shanghai’s ‘marriage market’, it’s hard to find a date” is a data analysis of personal matchmaking ads. The Paper and Sixth Tone collected hundreds of ads from the “marriage market” in...
Compare UK demographic data with this handy tool.
Bruises, The Data We Don't See
Bruises is a collaboration between data visualization artist Giorgia Lupi, and musician and composer Kaki King. Originated from an unlucky moment in King's life, when her three-year-old daughter...
Beauty Brawl: How inclusive are beauty brands around the world?
How inclusive are beauty brands around the world?