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2022 Special Category: COVID-19 Visualizations
Visualization & Information Design
Flights to Rome
“Flights to Rome” is a data visualization art project showing the entire global mobility network of flight and road infrastructure in a single image. It visualises for the very first time literally...
Évolution des disciplines des Jeux Olympiques
$63 Trillion Of World Debt In One Visualization
How much debt has been racked up by governments? This stunning infographic shows each country's share of world debt, along with their debt-to-GDP ratio.
Sing It Along
It is a visualization of the national anthem of China. From left to right, top to bottom, it visualizes the entire song and lyrics. The lyrics of Chinese characters are not complete characters but...
Roman Emperors by Year
Learning about ancient history can sometimes feel like rote memorization: old names, old dates, etc. For this visualization, I wanted to show the history of the Roman Empire in vivid color. It...
How foreign-born players put the 'world' in World Cup
America’s ‘Retail Apocalypse’ Is Really Just Beginning
With sky-high consumer confidence, historically low unemployment and a growing economy, retail should be booming. Yet more chains are filing for bankruptcy and rated distressed than during 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.
The Structure of Stand-Up Comedy
The genius of Ali Wong’s Netflix special.
History of Bruce Springsteen
This visualization (interactive version here) is a musical history of one of my favorite artists: Bruce Springsteen. It focuses on his 200 songs and 17 original studio albums over a 45 year career....
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...
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...
Voting Patterns of Senators
When senator 'X' votes a 'Yea' or 'Nay' what are the chances that senator 'Y' would do the same? This tool allows you to find out the similarity in voting patterns of senators of the 115th Congress.
Polio Eradication Within Reach
This piece is designed to celebrate the hard work, the dedication, and the collaboration around the world to end polio. We are so close to achieving polio eradication, and we can not give up now.
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...
A visualization of Google search interest in candidates to the 2018 Mexican Presidential Election
Spring is Springing Earlier and Earlier
In large expanses of the continental United States, spring is arriving earlier than in past years. In this graphic story for The Washington Post we analyzed first-leaf and first-bloom indexes, as...
The lantern is also called the sky lantern, also known as the wishing lantern. It is an ancient Chinese handicraft and used for military purposes in ancient times. Modern people put the lantern as...
What Is A Trillion Dollars
How much is a trillion dollars? Exactly. Who knows? Nobody. But here are a load of trillion dollar values visualized so you can at least *see* what $trillion looks like.
They are watching you – and everything else on the planet
Technology and our increasing demand for security have put us all under surveillance. Is privacy becoming just a memory?
Global Map of Accessibility
The Global Map of Accessibility is an interactive map that lets you view the travel time between almost any point on Earth and the nearest population centre of 50,000 or more people. The data...
Common Data Mistakes to Avoid
Statistical fallacies are common tricks data can play on you, which lead to mistakes in data interpretation and analysis. Explore some common fallacies, with real-life examples, and find out how...
Visualization & Information Design
Insight Lane: A Data4Democracy Crash Model
Insight Lane is a volunteer-driven project that combines open data with the power of data science to predict the likelihood of crashes happening on a city's road network. In order to present the...
An interactive map of the pollution of rivers in Ukraine based on data from the State Agency of Water Resources. There are more than 400 river water control points on the map. You can view up to 16...
The Worst Tweeter In Politics Isn’t Trump
Twitter has become the venue for political outreach, international diplomacy, whitehouse personnel announcements and other important political communications. In this piece, we analyze the concept...
A Trip Around The Earth
The 3D view of the solar system shows how small and precious the Earth is.
Traditional Chinese Residences
China has a long history, vast territory, diverse natural environment, and different social and economic environment. In the course of long historical development, different forms of residential...
Since the EU referendum was announced, the value of the pound has seen ups and downs - drive a bus along the graph and see if you can keep it from crashing
In an era of rapidly changing cities and demographics, The Post wanted to measure the changes in race and ethnicity since the 1990s. To explore these national changes, we analyzed census data...
In 2017, No More than Five Days Without a Mass Shooting
The number of days we’ve gone this year without a mass shooting. As a nation, our longest streak ends at only five days.