Archive for the Data Visualization Weekly

Visualizing Noise, Census, COVID-19, and Happiness Data — DataViz Weekly September 25th, 2020 by AnyChart Team

Visualizing Noise, Census, COVID-19, and Happiness Data | DataViz WeeklyWe have put together a roundup of new awesome data visualizations from around the web. Look what we’ve got for you to check out this Friday on DataViz Weekly:

  • Noise pollution in Brussels — Karim Douïeb
  • Census 2020 undercounts and their consequences — NYT Opinion
  • COVID-19 symptoms search trends — Google People + AI Research (PAIR)
  • World happiness by region — Wayde Herman

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New Environmental Maps Worth Checking Out — DataViz Weekly September 18th, 2020 by AnyChart Team

New Environmental Maps Worth Checking Out | DataViz WeeklyLately, we’ve seen a bunch of cool geovisualizations on the topics of climate, pollution, and human impact. Here are some of the most interesting fresh ones. Check out the new DataViz Weekly post which is entirely dedicated to great examples of environmental maps:

  • American climate shifts — ProPublica
  • Earth’s most biologically important lands — RESOLVE
  • Rainforest loss — Bloomberg Green
  • Toxicity in North Brooklyn — North Brooklyn Neighbors

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New Maps and Charts Showing Power of Data Visualization — DataViz Weekly September 11th, 2020 by AnyChart Team

New Maps and Charts Showing the Power of Data Visualization | DataViz WeeklyThe long wait is over! DataViz Weekly is here bringing some of the best new maps and charts from all over the web to the spotlight! Look at these amazing examples that show the power of smart data visualization:

  • College football fan movement and COVID-19 risk — ESPN
  • California wildfires over the past 17 years — FlowingData
  • London solar opportunities — UCL Energy
  • Voter scenarios for the U.S. presidential election — The Washington Post

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Awesome Fresh Data Visualization Projects for Inspiration — DataViz Weekly September 4th, 2020 by AnyChart Team

Awesome Fresh Data Visualization Projects for Inspiration | DataViz WeeklyCelebrating the first Friday of September, don’t miss these awesome fresh data visualization projects for inspiration! We have recently met them around the web and are glad to introduce you to them in a quick overview. So our new picks for DataViz Weekly include:

  • COVID-19 situation in Europe, a subnational view — WHO/Europe
  • Potential outcomes of the U.S. presidential election — The New York Times
  • State of democracy worldwide since 2006 — Preity Lodha
  • Colors of the American landscape vs electoral map colors — The Upshot

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4 Great Examples of Data Visualization in Action — DataViz Weekly August 28th, 2020 by AnyChart Team

Four great examples of data visualization in action in the new DataViz Weekly collectionWe’ve curated another four great examples of data visualization in action. Would you like to learn about them and check them out right now? Wait no longer! Below is a list of the projects highlighted in the new DataViz Weekly — just give it a glance and go ahead!

  • Exploring a link between racism in the housing policy and hotter neighborhoods — The New York Times
  • Analyzing the content of cable TV news — Stanford University
  • Tracking gender inequality in American politics — The Washington Post
  • Summarizing voting rules for the 2020 U.S. election by state — NBC News

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New Great Charts and Maps for Data Visualization Addicts — DataViz Weekly August 21st, 2020 by AnyChart Team

New Great Charts and Maps for Data Visualization Addicts | DataViz WeeklyDataViz Weekly is here with a new dose of awesome charts and maps for all data visualization addicts! Today, we are putting a spotlight on the following projects where data is allowed to speak with the help of graphics:

  • Stop and search incidents in London — Esri UK Education
  • California wildfires — Los Angeles Times
  • Scale of the Beirut explosion — Reuters
  • Mortality rates for Black and White Americans — New York Times Opinion

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New Information Visualization Projects Not to Be Missed — DataViz Weekly August 14th, 2020 by AnyChart Team

New Information Visualization Projects Not to Be Missed — DataViz WeeklyLook at these new cool information visualization projects and notice how different techniques help explore and communicate data, in practice.

Today in DataViz Weekly:

  • FiveThirtyEight’s 2020 U.S. presidential election model — FiveThirtyEight
  • Herd immunity simulations — The Washington Post
  • Unemployment in the United States at the census tract level — The Upshot
  • Home prices in America — Realbloc

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Impressive Charts on Age, Energy, Climate, and Music — DataViz Weekly August 7th, 2020 by AnyChart Team

Impressive Charts on Age, Energy, Climate, and Music | DataViz WeeklyLately, we’ve come across a lot of new impressive charts all over the internet. Here are some of the most interesting ones — check them out and you’ll see the real power of data visualization in action! Today in DataViz Weekly:

  • New age for your age — FlowingData
  • Electricity generation in the U.S. states by fuel source — The Washington Post
  • Mortality consequences of climate change and income inequality — Bloomberg Green
  • 1990s music recognition across generations — The Pudding

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Plotting Data on Park Soundscapes, $600 Unemployment, COVID-19 Deaths, and Game of Thrones Battles — DataViz Weekly July 31st, 2020 by AnyChart Team

Plotting Data on Park Soundscapes, $600 Unemployment, COVID-19 Deaths, and Game of Thrones Battles | DataViz WeeklyThere are many ways of plotting data. Which one to choose in your case? The answer depends, of course, on what kind of data you need to analyze and what questions you want it to answer. In DataViz Weekly, we meet you with some of the best practices on a regular basis. The only thing that unites them is, all the highlighted projects have been launched in public just about now. So here are the new great examples and inspirations:

  • Changing soundscapes of urban parks worldwide — MIT Senseable City Lab
  • Extra $600 unemployment benefits in America — The New York Times
  • COVID-19 deaths in Brazil (as if all of them happened in one neighborhood) — Agência Lupa & Google News Initiative
  • Game of Thrones battles in a network graph — Wayde Herman

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Good Charts That Let Data Speak — DataViz Weekly July 24th, 2020 by AnyChart Team

Good Charts That Let Data Speak | DataViz WeeklyGood charts let data speak, providing insight, revealing patterns and trends, and telling stories. Look at new projects featuring graphics like that, from data visualization professionals!

  • Physical traits defining men and women in literature — The Pudding
  • Remote work dividing America — Reuters
  • Racial disparities in unemployment in America — ProPublica
  • Ageing indicators across the United Kingdom — ONS

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