We continue our weekly blog feature where we show you the best data visualizations we’ve met out there over the past seven days. Here’s our new selection of stunning charts and maps from different creators — check it out! Today on DataViz Weekly:
- La Niña and its impacts — Bloomberg
- Donald Trump’s false and misleading claims while in office — The Washington Post
- COVID-19 risk levels by county — The New York Times
- Sriwijaya Air fleet — Reuters
In these times of exponentially growing data, visualization is a necessary skillset to have in your tool box. Popular techniques include bar charts, line graphs, pie charts, and bubble maps among others.
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For those unfamiliar with DataViz Weekly, each Friday we select the most interesting data visualization projects from all we’ve discovered these days around the internet. Then we present them in a dedicated summary post. Look at our new picks!
- Electric, hybrid, and gas car costs vs emissions — NYT
- Nearest English football team — Automatic Knowledge
- Map of 100,000 books — David Manzanares
- Drone privacy legislation worldwide — Surfshark
Lately, we’ve come across a number of compelling new data visualizations on climate change and related topics. And we’ll tell you about some of the most interesting ones right now! Check out the new DataViz Weekly roundup.
- Fingerprints of climate change in 2020 — Reuters
- Global warming in European municipalities — EDJNet
- Top greenhouse gas emitters — WRI
- Future of U.S. fossil fuel-fired electricity — Emily Grubert
Each week throughout the 2020 year, we curated the most interesting data visualizations from around the Web and introduced them to you in the DataViz Weekly roundup. Now is the time to look at the best of the best! We will hand you over to distinguished experts — Nathan Yau, Alli Torban, Lea Pica, Kenneth Field, and the GIJN team — who have already made their (brilliant) choices. Meet their picks for the best data visualizations of 2020!
2020 was strange. It was difficult. But it was. Happy New Year everyone! 🎉
Even though 2020 was not that bad in everything, we all hope, of course, that 2021 will be (much) better. Let it be so! But before we dive into the new one, let’s take a glance back and remember 2020 as is, with the help of great data visualizations.
The January 1st issue of DataViz Weekly invites you to look through the lists of the charts included in the year-in-review features on Visual Capitalist, Recode by Vox, FiveThirtyEight, and The Economist. Sneak a peek, and then check out the graphics.