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2022 Special Category: COVID-19 Visualizations
Visualization & Information Design
Discovering The Elements
A timeline of when the elements were discovered.
A data visualization to see how climate change is increasing temperatures in Zaragoza. Through graphics we will see, and consult the maximum and minimum temperatures, tropical nights and frosts...
Oceans' Warm And Cold Spells
This colorful graph shows when and where the oceans' surface temperatures have seen warm and cold spells in the last 10 years. Mind you that temperature, latitude, longitude and time add up to...
I'm Not Feeling Well
To everything there is a season, and diseases are no different. Google search patterns show us what health issues people worry about, when they worry about them, and how epidemics spread through...
The Wonderful World Of Quantum Computing
An infographic story about how quantum computing works. The last pages are about the research/project TU Delft EEMC faculty is doing in this area. This infographic story is mainly created for...
Data Science vs Fake
DATA SCIENCE vs FAKE is a video web series to fight against generally accepted ideas, rumours, false informations… 20 short films of DATA about AIDS, gender and climate warming, Available on the...
Seven Endangered Species That Could (Almost) Fit In A Single Train Carriage
Some species are so close to extinction, that every remaining member can fit on a New York subway carriage (if they squeeze). First published early September 2018 on Mona Chalabi's Instagram...
Breakdown Of The OTC Medicines Market In Britain
An essential visual guide for pharmacists on the growth in the over-the-counter medicines market over the year, containing data on the key products that they need to be aware of and the key trends...
Am I going to be Replaced by a Machine?
This work draws on data from an Oxford University study, ‘The Future of Employment: How Susceptible are Jobs to Computerisation’, which categorises U.S. occupations according to their...
Every Nobel laureate by country, prize and academic affiliation.
The chart introduces the formation and evolution of oil into the necessities of our life, from which we can understand the changes of oil from beginning to end. From the chart, we can understand...
What Happens To The Plastic We Throw Out
How a piece of trash can travel from land to Henderson Island, an uninhabited, remote island in the middle of the South Pacific Ocean.
Dip your toe into the wonderful world of water.
Making Sense of Skills
Nesta has developed, and visualised, the most comprehensive public classification of skills available in the UK. We hope that the taxonomy will help workers and students learn more about the skills...
Water is not only the source of life, but also the material basis of social economic development and social progress. However, water resources are scarce in China, the thirteenth largest in the...
A Trip Around The Earth
The 3D view of the solar system shows how small and precious the Earth is.
This infographic reflects our evolving awareness of space, showing discovery and exploration of planets in our solar system, and the recent accelerated pace of exoplanet discoveries driven by new...
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...
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...
Sci Fi → Sci Fact
If the world is made of narratives, the best way to forecast our future is to understand which stories are influencing our thinking and technological imagination. By looking at outstanding top...
Animal hearing frequencies, visualized.
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...
Since the 1970's there have been attempts to introduce a kind of a unitary patent; all unsuccessful. Will it be different this time? Will the UK participate regardless of Brexit? Interestingly,...
Reverse the Curse
From the minute a person quits smoking, their body goes into healing mode. I designed a temporal timeline of how their body is healing itself. My approach to this graphic is not a scientific...
How much does your country invest in R&D?
Global spending on R&D reaches record high of almost US$1.7 trillion. See how much your country spends.
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,...
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...
Cockroaches: All you want to know, but are too scared to ask.
Can Humans Live Well Without Pillaging the Planet?
The piece designed for Scientific American focuses on the relationship between achieving a range of social objectives that can provide a good life and surpassing environmental impact limits needed...
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...