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New Coronavirus Data Visualization Projects Worth Seeing — DataViz Weekly May 29th, 2020 by AnyChart Team

New Coronavirus Data Visualization Projects Worth Seeing — DataViz Weekly
Waiting for a new serving of interesting chart examples? DataViz Weekly is here! Check out new coronavirus data visualization projects from around the web that we’ve found worth seeing:

  • Anatomy of the COVID-19 outbreak in Singapore — Reuters
  • Health disparities in communities of color across the United States as revealed by COVID-19 — The Washington Post
  • Bill Gates coronavirus conspiracy theory in public opinion — Yahoo News
  • Link between the housing crisis and COVID-19 deaths in the United Kingdom — Inside Housing

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Visualizing COVID Statistics and Data About Each Berlin Tree — DataViz Weekly May 22nd, 2020 by AnyChart Team

Visualizing COVID Statistics and Data About Each Berlin Tree, new best data visualization practices in DataViz WeeklyIn the new DataViz Weekly article, we highlight four fresh projects, visualizing COVID statistics and data about Berlin trees, for great use of charts. Here’s a quick list of what each is about:

  • StopCorona, a COVID tracker charting data from over 20 sources — Diffco
  • Social distancing in America and how it worked in each state — Bloomberg
  • COVID-19 test trends in the United States, by state — ProPublica
  • Berlin trees and how each is watered — CityLAB Berlin

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Charting COVID-19 Data and Models — DataViz Weekly May 15th, 2020 by AnyChart Team

Charting COVID-19 Data and Models – DataViz WeeklyCheck out new interesting examples of charting COVID-19 data in action. We have seen a lot of visualizations over the past few days and selected the following projects to share with you today in DataViz Weekly:

  • Fatality models for the United States – FiveThirtyEight
  • Impact on climate change – Bloomberg Green
  • (Now broken) correlation between the stock market and unemployment rates in America – The Washington Post
  • Situation in Spain – The New York Times

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COVID-19 Vaccine, Future, Impact, and Non-COVID Wiki Atlas Visualizations — DataViz Weekly May 8th, 2020 by AnyChart Team

COVID-19 Vaccine, Future, Impact, and Non-COVID Wiki Atlas Visualizations – DataViz WeeklyWithout any exaggeration, the vast majority of data visualizations made public these weeks (and already months) are about the novel coronavirus pandemic. In compliance with the general trend, three of the four projects presented in the new DataViz Weekly article shed light on issues related to COVID-19. Take a glance at a quick list of the featured data visualization works and read more to meet them.

  • COVID-19 vaccine development timeframe and how to reduce it – NYT
  • COVID-19 future, in playable simulators – M. Salathé & N. Case
  • COVID-19 impact on traffic and air pollution in Europe – European Data Portal
  • Atlas of places featured in Wikipedia – T. Noulas, R. Schifanella, D. Sáez-Trumper & J. Tan

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New COVID-19 Data Visualizations — DataViz Weekly May 1st, 2020 by AnyChart Team

New COVID-19 Data Visualizations - DataViz WeeklyIt’s Friday, May 1, and we invite you to take a quick look at the fresh DataViz Weekly selection of cool charts and maps. This article presents the following new COVID-19 data visualizations we have come across this week:

  • Discovering excess deaths from COVID-19 — FT
  • Exploring NYC sidewalk widths through the prism of social distancing — Meli Harvey
  • Analyzing coronavirus search trends — Schema Design, Google News Initiative and Axios
  • Visualizing demographic and economic data for COVID-19 impact planning reports — U.S. Census Bureau

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New Interesting Graphics on Climate Change, Media Credibility, Hospital Occupancy, and Job Losses — DataViz Weekly April 24th, 2020 by AnyChart Team

Continuing our series of regular DataViz Weekly articles highlighting new interesting graphics from all over the web, here’s what data visualization projects we picked to show you this time:

  • Climate change in your city by 2070 — National Geographic
  • New American media credibility ratings — Morning Consult
  • Hospital bed occupancy in Germany — University of Konstanz
  • Low-income job losses across the United States — Urban Institute

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1918 Spanish Flu Pandemic in Data and Charts — DataViz Weekly April 17th, 2020 by AnyChart Team

1918 Spanish Flu Pandemic in Data and Charts — DataViz WeeklyWhile the world keeps fighting the coronavirus disease outbreak, we have seen a number of attempts to draw analogies between the COVID-19 and previous influenza pandemics. Inspired by a recent National Geographic article by Nina Strochlic with graphics from Riley D. Champine, today we invite you to find out (or remember) what the 1918 Spanish flu pandemic looked like and what lessons it may offer to cope with the current crisis.

For this new DataViz Weekly, we have curated four researches on the 1918 flu pandemic in the United States. Focusing on an analysis of nonpharmaceutical interventions (NPIs) such as social distancing measures and their role, these studies contain a lot of diverse data and charts. They are worth checking out if you’re interested in the subject of epidemics or in data science, analytics, and visualizations as such.

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Visualizing Hubble Observations, Census Evolution, Conflicts, and Media Consumption — DataViz Weekly April 10th, 2020 by AnyChart Team

Examples of data projects visualizing Hubble observations, census evolution, conflicts, and media consumption in DataViz WeeklyIn the new DataViz Weekly post, we are glad to tell you about new compelling visualizations we have come across these days. Here’s what projects made it to our today’s selection, from people’s activities to Hubble observations:

  • 30 years of the Hubble Space Telescope’s observations — Physics Today
  • Evolution of the U.S. census from 1790 to 2020 — The Pudding
  • 10 conflicts to worry about in 2020 — ACLED
  • Media consumption during the COVID-19 pandemic — Visual Capitalist

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Social Distancing in Data Visualizations — DataViz Weekly April 3rd, 2020 by AnyChart Team

Social Distancing in Data Visualizations — DataViz WeeklyMany health and epidemiology experts consider social distancing to be the most effective way to slow the spread of COVID-19 at the current stage. But does it really work and help?

In today’s DataViz Weekly, we put a focus on data visualizations — charts and maps — on where we, in the United States, have been on social distancing. The following projects deserved to get featured in this special “#StayHome” edition:

  • The Social Distancing of America” — Reuters
  • Where America Didn’t Stay Home Even as the Virus Spread” — NYT
  • Social Distancing Scoreboard” — Unacast
  • COVID-19 Projections Assuming Full Social Distancing Through May 2020” — IHME, UW Medicine

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Creative Visualizations on Climate, Protests, Jobs, and Wildlife — DataViz Weekly March 27th, 2020 by AnyChart Team

Pictures of creative visualizations on climate, protests, jobs, and wildlife highlighted in new DataViz WeeklyThe new issue of DataViz Weekly puts a spotlight on some of the most interesting new creative visualizations from around the Web. Last week, we made a focus on COVID-19 charts. This time, we get along without the coronavirus subject. Well, mostly.

Here is what’s on DataViz Weekly this Friday:

  • Winter temperatures in the northern hemisphere — The Economist
  • Mass political protests worldwide — Center for Strategic and International Studies
  • Spike in joblessness in the United States of America — The New York Times
  • Wyoming wildlife corridors — The Washington Post

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