Archive for October, 2019

Visualizing Numbers on Migration, Powerlifting, Commute, and Nature — DataViz Weekly October 18th, 2019 by AnyChart Team

Visualizing Numbers on Migration, Powerlifting, Commute, and Nature — DataViz WeeklyThis week, we’ve found more new cool projects that wonderfully demonstrate the power of visualizing numbers. Here are the four most interesting ones where charts and maps actually let data speak — join us as we quickly present them in today’s DataViz Weekly:

  • Charting migration pathways worldwide — Bloomberg
  • Plotting differences between men’s and women’s top lifts at IPF events — Connor Rothschild, Rice University
  • Mapping commute thresholds across the United States of America — Nathan Yau, FlowingData
  • Visualizing nature’s contributions to people globally — Natural Capital Project

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Exploring Data on Drought, Impeachment, Opioids, and Tax — DataViz Weekly October 11th, 2019 by AnyChart Team

Exploring Data on Drought, Impeachment, Opioids, and Tax — DataViz WeeklyExploring data visualized in cleverly made charts and maps not only provides quicker and better insight. It is also an aesthetically pleasing process. We’ve got examples to illustrate this point — check out our new DataViz Weekly post highlighting the following interesting projects we’ve recently come across:

  • Weekly drought reports for the United States — EcoWest & Bill Lane Center for the American West at Stanford University
  • Trump’s impeachment map vs cartogram — Karim Douïeb
  • Opioid consumption in Belgium — Médor & Jetpack AI
  • Total tax rate change in the United States in 1950-2018 — David Leonhardt for The New York Times

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New Interesting Visualizations on Data Availability, Deportations, Diversity, and Languages — DataViz Weekly October 4th, 2019 by AnyChart Team

New Interesting Visualizations on Data Availability, Deportations, Diversity, and Languages — DataViz WeeklyLook how data visualization works in reality, bringing insight into large amounts of structured and unstructured data for the sake of efficient and effective analysis. Here’s what new interesting visualizations we are excited to feature today on DataViz Weekly as very good, inspiring examples:

  • Finding a link between deportations and crime in the United States — The Marshall Project
  • Exploring racial diversity in America — Brookings Institution
  • Comparing the encoding efficiency of languages — Science Advances
  • Analyzing the availability of critical data in G20 countries — The Evidence Initiative

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