It’s Friday, and we are glad to show you four new examples demonstrating the power of data visualization in action! See what’s on DataViz Weekly today!
- Real costs of breastfeeding — The Washington Post
- Traffic violence across NYC in 2013–2021 — The New Yorker
- Global food crisis — Reuters
- Topical political issues across the U.S. in the run-up to the midterm elections — Axios
Stunning Visualizations of Heat Records, Election Results, Time Splits, Air Pollution Data — DataViz WeeklyMay 27th, 2022 by AnyChart Team
Ready for another serving of stunning data visualizations? Here you go with DataViz Weekly! Look at four projects that have caught our eyes most recently.
- Heat records in 400 U.S. cities — The Pudding
- 2022 Australian election’s unfolding and results — ABC News
- Air quality in the San Francisco Bay Area block by block — Aclima
- Data visualization project time splits by activity — Eli Holder on Nightingale
DataViz Weekly welcomes you! Check out four new data visualization projects that have impressed us the most during the last seven days!
- America’s path to one million COVID-19 deaths — The New York Times
- Flooding and wildfire risks for properties across the U.S. — First Street Foundation
- Sea level rise along New Zealand’s coast — NZ SeaRise
- Traffic fatalities in San Francisco — Stephen Braitsch
A leaked draft of a U.S. Supreme Court opinion suggests that the 1973 Roe v. Wade decision, establishing federal constitutional protection of abortion rights, could be overturned. If the justices strike down the ruling, each state will be able to determine the legality of abortions.
The document, which was later confirmed to be authentic, cast abortion rights back into the center of the political discourse in the United States. In the wake of that, we decided to make a special edition of DataViz Weekly to show you how some of the top publications — The Washington Post, Bloomberg, Reuters, and FiveThirtyEight — used data visualization to communicate the situation with abortions in the country and what is likely to change if the Supreme Court eventually overturns Roe.
If you like good charts and maps, DataViz Weekly is your must-see destination! This series is designed to show you some of the most awesome data visualizations, and here are the new projects that we believe you wouldn’t like to miss:
- 2021 Formula One racing season — Joey Cherdarchuk
- Strategic importance of the Indian Ocean — Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
- Flow and fracture of the Oreo sandwich cookies — Crystal Owens, Max Fan, John Hart & Gareth McKinley (MIT)
- Rural conflicts in Brazil’s Legal Amazon — Agência Pública & CPT
Now it’s time for DataViz Weekly! Let’s look at the four most interesting new data visualization projects we have recently come across!
- Deaths in the (self-proclaimed) DPR in 2014–2022 — Reddit user feoleoneo
- French presidential election results — Le Monde
- Internet blackouts worldwide since 2016 — Rest of World
- April heat wave in India — Joshua Stevens, NASA Earth Observatory
Each Friday, we recall the best data graphics we have seen out there over the last seven days or so and present them to you in a quick roundup. So, DataViz Weekly is here! Just making sure you have not missed these wonderful visualizations:
- People we spend time with over the lifetime — Nathan Yau
- Housing rents across the U.S. from Q1 2021 to Q1 2022 — The Washington Post
- Two years of the COVID-19 pandemic in South Africa — Media Hack
- Air travel market recovery worldwide — The Financial Times
Every day, a number of cool visualizations on various topics come out here and there. DataViz Weekly is designed to tell you about those that have caught our special attention most recently. This Friday, we invite you to take a close look at the following:
- Air raid sirens across Ukraine — Volodymyr Agafonkin
- Population density around the globe at a 30-meter resolution — Stamen
- America’s wealthiest people and their taxes — ProPublica
- Average date of the last spring freeze across the U.S. — Climate.gov
Ready for a new selection of great charts and maps? Join us in checking out four awesome data visualization projects we have come across this week! Today on DataViz Weekly:
- Uninhabitable locations worldwide by 2100 — Berliner Morgenpost
- Sanctions against Russian oligarchs — Bloomberg
- Baby naming trends in Scotland — The Courier
- Milwaukee architectural home styles — The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Visualized data is much easier for the human brain to process and understand than textual or tabular. On DataViz Weekly, we collect the most interesting examples of charts and maps demonstrating how that works in reality. Enjoy our new picks:
- Age of buildings in Las Vegas — Las Vegas Review-Journal
- Electricity market price determination in Spain — elDiario.es
- Time since a record temperature high across the United States — The Pudding
- Excess deaths in Republican-leaning and Democratic-leaning states — Axios