Mapping Data About Cancer, Nobel Physicists, Rain, and Fall Foliage — DataViz Weekly September 28th, 2018 by AnyChart Team
Today’s DataViz Weekly article highlights new beautiful map visualizations, demonstrating how mapping data can help to get geographical insights such as spatial trends, clusters, and so on:
- Australian Cancer Atlas;
- lifetime movements of Nobel Prize laureates in physics;
- U.S. summer rain levels;
- fall foliage prediction across the U.S.
Captivating Visualizations of Data About Recipe Ingredients, Social Connectedness, Decade Since Financial Crisis, and U.S. Government Spending — DataViz Weekly September 21st, 2018 by AnyChart Team
Take a look at another four new interesting projects with captivating visualizations that we’ve come across just about now. As always happens on DataViz Weekly, we start with a quick list of topics and then get straight down to the show:
- food ingredients by cuisine;
- social connectedness across the United States;
- ten years since the 2008 global financial crisis;
- U.S. federal government spending from 1962 to 2023.
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New Data Visualizations About Swedish Election, U.S. Cropland, Hurricanes, and Night Lights — DataViz Weekly September 14th, 2018 by AnyChart Team
Yay, it’s DataViz Weekly time again! Here’s what new data visualizations we’ve recently found around the web and decided to share with you now:
- Swedish general election results;
- American cropland’s shift away from diversity;
- climate change and hurricanes;
- world cities’ night lights visualized as terrain.
Interesting Data Graphics About Warming, Debt, Commuting, and China — DataViz Weekly September 7th, 2018 by AnyChart Team
Check out the new issue of DataViz Weekly on the AnyChart blog, showing you four interesting data graphics-based stories and projects on the following topics:
- how much hotter your hometown is than when you were born;
- global debt;
- commute times in U.S. cities;
- China as an aspiring superpower.