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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....
1983 Cricket World Cup
A glance at the '1983 Cricket World Cup' following each match score, fall of wickets, wins & losses and Man of the match.
Flowering of Sensation
Visual representation of the human nervous system; specifically how a variety of nerves branch out from the spinal cord. Flowers on the ends of these branches resemble the sensation that may be...
Most Voted Animated Pictures
The visualisation shows the 50 most voted animated feature films on Imdb (Internet Movie Database); for each picture are reported the number of votes received, the average value of the judgments,...
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...
Sing It Along the World
A visualization of national anthems in the world. Nowadays, a massive amount of data about the economy, education, environment, history, etc. were put together to recognize a country. A national...
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...
655 Frustrations Doing Data Visualization
Earlier this year, my friend Elijah made a bold claim: that most people in data visualization end up leaving, because there’s something wrong with the current state of the field. It stirred quite a...
Visualization & Information Design
The Clone Era of China
On November 27, 2017, the worldundefineds first somatic cloned monkey "Zhong" was born at the Institute of Neuroscience of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, the non-human primate platform of the...
What Lies in Irma’s Path
With the powerful Hurricane Irma approaching the continental U.S, we sought to visualize and make sense of the some of the dangers facing those in Irma’s path, creating two maps and a chart to...
Vector-izing your text input and creating a text map/vizualisation/digital signature of that text, each map being distinct, gives birth to a pattern which is unique for that text.
“垃圾”与“美好”似乎是两条永远不可能相交的平行线，作品将身边的“有色垃圾”制成颜料，并用这些特殊的“油墨”记录身边的生活。此时，垃圾不再是人们疏远的东西，它不仅得到了再生利用，更成了记录情感的伙伴。海报将每种颜色的制作流程用信息可视化的形式表现出来。（"Garbage" and "good" seem to be two parallel lines that can never be...
FIFA World Cup Tournaments
A look at World Cup Tournament winners, teams and match details.
Wall of Silence: The Many Enablers of Larry Nassar
The project “Wall of Silence” reflects on the systemic conditions that allowed for the sexual abuse of 265 young gymnasts at the hands of their physician, Larry Nassar. While media coverage has...
The world's largest online retailer Amazon.com Inc reported its highest profit ever, almost $2 billion in the last quarter of 2017. Here's an unpacking of the Prime economy and how Amazon's focus...
How technological innovation is transforming airport terminals. Infographic made for RLab, the science and tech weekly of La Repubblica
What's In Season
What’s in Season is a digital seasonal calendar created to support responsible consumption in Spain. Most of the Spanish fruit and vegetable calendars include errors and therefore prevent citizens...
A Rising Tide of Plastic in the Ocean
A Rising Tide of Plastic in the Ocean is an Infographic built using Tableau. It tells us a story on how Plastic Production is increasing each year and how this is impacting Marine life. It shows...
This map shows the thermal divide between east and west
In the first week of 2018, a record-setting deep freeze has forced temperatures in some places on the east coast nearly 20-degrees lower than average. Meanwhile, parts of California and the...
A poll of polls: who do Americans trust?
The public is more likely to trust polls that are bad for liberals.
This project is an experimental generous interface to three editions of Guillame-Thomas Raynal's Histoire des deux Indes. It visualises changes, additions and deletions in the text at multiple...
360Giving dataviz challenge: Blooming Data
A beautiful way to visualise which funders are supporting the growth of user-led organisations.
A Year in Flights
This data art piece conveys the intricacies of a year’s worth of flights performed by Transavia, a Dutch airline. Each flight is turned into an abstract shape whose appearance is completely...
24 Hours of Traffic
Visualization of traffic flow from around the Greater Montreal Area. Time-stamped commuter GPS trajectories are visualized from 3 transit modalities: cars, public transit, and bikes. 1 month's...
POLITICO Investigation: The 285 people connected to the Russia probes
Some names sound familiar, like Stephen Bannon and Donald Trump Jr., but most don’t.
Groundwater Guardians: What is an Aquifer
This is an infographic, part of a set of infographics, designed to teach people about where their water comes from and how to protect it.
Climate change is a very hot topic nowadays. We are facing extreme weather events more and more frequently. Unusual temperatures, excess rainfall or extremely strong winds, forest fires disrupt our...
In Houston’s flooded neighborhoods, real estate investors see an opportunity
Investors - from billion-dollar Wall Street funds to mom-and-pop flippers - are snapping up thousands of properties flooded by Hurricane Harvey.
How Silver Changed the World
The final chapter in his series on the birth of globalisation by Deputy Head of Infographics for the South China Morning Post, Adolfo Arranz is the story of ‘how silver changed the world’. Using...
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,...
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