Amazing Charts in New Data Visualization Weekly Collection June 2nd, 2017 by AnyChart Team
Amazing charts are everywhere around us. We continue sharing the most interesting visualizations that have just recently seen the light and stayed popular around the Web within the past few days. And we are welcoming you to the new issue of the Data Visualization Weekly article series on our blog.
DataViz Weekly: May 26, 2017 – June 2, 2017
Amazing Charts of Canada’s Energy Future
Exploring Canada’s Energy Future is an interactive web project lead by Canada’s National Energy Board (NEB). These amazing charts visualize data included in their Energy Futures reports to reveal and explore the trends in production and consumption of energy in Canada.
When Straight Americans Lost Their Virginity
Nathan Yau (FlowingData) visualized data from the National Survey of Family Growth to see (and let us all know) at what age respondents – straight Americans – lost their virginity. Check out this chart to understand the whole picture.
“Bitcoin” Google Search Trend vs Bitcoin Value
Amazing charts are allowed to be simple in terms of both data and visualization. But then they must be kind of mind-blowing when it comes to conclusions drawn from them; otherwise, they cannot be considered amazing charts.
If we put it just like that, then this Bitcoin data visualization is an amazing chart. Otherwise, it would not make a lot of people around the world tear their hair out because of not having got themselves some bitcoins, say, a couple of years ago. Seeing this chart is definitely something completely different than just raw figures day by day. 🙂 Well, Bitcoin stays on the rise, so everything here is still likely to be in your hands.
Another great thing here – and, basically, the main point – is the correlation between the value of Bitcoin and the Google Search trend of the word “Bitcoin”.
X-Ray of Ocean: Human Impact
Researchers revealed that approximately two-thirds of the whole global ocean show strain from climate change and fishing. This map – basically, sort of X-ray of the global ocean, is published and explained on National Geographic.
That’s all for now, folks. We hope you like the new Data Visualization Weekly post, highlighting some of the amazing charts out there. See you next week!