If you are reading this, you (almost certainly) love good data graphics. Well, we won’t leave you hanging! Check out a new DataViz Weekly review of exciting data visualizations recently built by honored professionals.
- Sunrise times with permanent daylight saving time in the U.S. — The Washington Post
- Inequality between rich and poor people’s carbon emissions — Bloomberg
- Gender-neutral baby names in America — Georgios Karamanis
- 3D climate spiral for 1880–2021 — NASA
I collated detailed information about all the COVID-19 vaccine candidates currently undergoing clinical studies from the WHO’s vaccine tracker. Now, join me as I plot it all in an interactive JS-based bullseye chart, by vaccine type and development phase!
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Friday is a lucky day for all fans of data visualization: DataViz Weekly is out! Join us as we look at some great examples of charts and maps published out there just recently.
- World Bank Gender Data Portal — The World Bank
- Cycling environment across France — FUB
- French presidential election polls — Reuters
- Ideal climate finder — Luke Champine
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DataViz Weekly is here with another batch of impressive data graphics worth looking at and exploring! Today, we are eager to tell you about the following four new projects:
- Burden of abortion across the United States — FiveThirtyEight
- Real estate investor activity in the 40 major American cities in 2021 — The Washington Post
- Historical popularity of baby names in the U.S. since the 1880s — Namerology
- Australia land cover in detail — Geoscience Australia
We are glad to continue our DataViz Weekly blog feature where we curate some of the most interesting and topical visualizations from around the internet. Check out a new selection:
- Russia–Ukraine conflict in maps — Lisa Charlotte Muth’s thread on Twitter
- The world’s most popular languages — Al Jazeera
- Dividing the U.S. by equal populations — Engaging Data
- Lifestyle changes during COVID-19 lockdowns — The Guardian