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2022 Special Category: COVID-19 Visualizations
Visualization & Information Design
The Many Moons of Jupiter
From Galileo Galilei to modern day, this data visualization maps over 400 years of Jovian discovery, displaying every currently known moon of Jupiter, each one featuring the year of discovery,...
Finding an Oasis in Space
Water is ever present on Earth and vital to life as we know it. Within our solar system water can be found on other worlds and will be essential for future attempts at expansion. This...
Top Lead Report "Energy Industry in Ukraine"
«Energy industry in Ukraine» - our special issue that was fully dedicated to the issues and possibilities of the energy industry. The purpose of the report is to demonstrate our expertise and...
The Earth Poster
This is a portrait of the Earth in time and space – designed to commemorate the 40th Anniversary of the Voyager missions which departed Earth in 1977 bearing a record of our existence etched into...
HiPiler - Visual Exploration of Genome Interaction Matrices with Interactive Small Multiples
Imagine having to explore, compare, and organize hundreds to thousands of small regions in one or more large images or visualizations. For example, how would you assess the typical look and...
Information visualization for La Lettura, Il Corriere della Sera Date of publication: 29|04|18 The visualization shows an overview of the cryptocurrencies market in April 2018. It relates...
Discovering The Elements
A timeline of when the elements were discovered.
Visualizing Toxicity in Twitter Conversations
In late June, Deb Roy approached me to ask if I would be interested in doing some visualization work for a presentation he’d be giving at Twitter’s all-hands event with Bridgit Mendler. The...
I combined the knowledge of graphic design with information design to create an infographic about introducing clouds. In the chart, I introduced the process of cloud formation, composition, and the...
The Invisible Capital
After the Cambridge Analytica leak and the GDPR introduction in the EU, we became much more aware about our "data pouring". How big is the amount of data we give to Tech Companies for free? Is it...
How technological innovation is transforming airport terminals. Infographic made for RLab, the science and tech weekly of La Repubblica
London Atmospheric Emissions Inventory 2013
Greater London Annual Mean NO2 modelled concentrations for 2020 on a 20m grid.
Billions Of Birds Migrate. Where Do They Go?
Migratory birds have made their thousand-mile flights for milennia, but we are just now learning to map their mesmerizing journeys.
A visualization of the next 30 days of near Earth asteriod approaches. The bigger the circle, the bigger the asteroid. The darker the circle, the closer it will get to the Earth. You can hover...
Paper collection of waste in Italy, waste production and 'consumption of paper' year by year from 1990 to 2016.
Global Carbon Budget 2017
Designed as an A4 printed giveaway graphic for delegates as well as a vehicle for presentation purposes at the COP23 Climate change meeting in Bonn. This is an update on previous graphics to...
The Chart of Medical School Admissions
Medical School is extremely competitive. You need to have nearly perfect grades and MCAT scores. Then there is an overwhelming number of schools to consider. Inspired by Priestley this chart tries...
Spacesuits have undergone four generations of evolution since they were known in the late 1950s. They date back to the pressure suits designed for pilots during World War II. Also rich in science...
Searching for Health
Google Trends data allows us to see what people are searching for at a very local level. This visualization tracks the top searches for common health issues in the United States, from Cancer to...
The Great Rush To Replicate The Brain
The history of artificial intelligence development and the benefits that neuromorphic computers could bring. Infographic designed for the weekly RLab: nature, science and technology Repubblica...
The Massive Prize Luring Miners to the Stars
It might sound like science fiction, but a niche group of companies is making its way to the far reaches of the solar system, aiming to get rich by mining asteroids. Industry barons see a future...
The Swift - A Lesson From Amsterdam
A data visualisation of Common Swift nesting sites in Amsterdam and how the UK could learn lessons form protecting the Swift breeding sites to help conserve the species.
Zugspitze Cable Car
This infographic was created for the magazine of the german automobile club ADAC. It illustrates the newly opened cable car to the Zugspitze in the Alps. The infographic visualizes the most...
ABDI Data Visualizations - Agenda for Brazilian Technological Development and Innovation
The ABDI (Brazilian Agency for Industrial Development) and FGV (The Latin American Think Tank) conducted a series of studies to subsidize the elaboration of public policies and governmental...
A Changing Arctic
Trends in sea-ice thickness and volume are an important indicator of Arctic climate change. While sea ice thickness observations are sparse, here we utilize a ocean-ice model, PIOMAS (Zhang and...
CO₂ concentration and global mean temperature 1958 - present
Two barrel graphs depicting CO₂ concentration of the atmosphere and the global temperature anomaly since 1958 and how they are rising with each other. Data is from GISS Surface Temperature...
The insane amounts of data we're using every minute
While doctors dream of one day perfecting medical treatments on digital clones of a patient, virtual organs are already being simulated in supercomputers. This documentary describes the efforts of...
The Search Engine of Cyber Security
Cybersecurity content is often in service of a product. It is a young industry built on top of funding rounds, valuations and products. As an end user of cyber security solutions, it's not always...
Masses In The Stellar Graveyard
The 2017 Nobel Prize in physics went to gravitational wave researchers. Their instruments detected black holes and neutron stars were merging together in space, forming larger...