It is much easier to analyze large amounts of data when they are represented using the right visualization techniques. We are ready to show you another four vivid examples! Today on DataViz Weekly:
- Population and racial changes in the United States — Pitch Interactive & Census 2020 Data Co-op
- Box office for cinema-exclusive and simultaneous release movies — FT
- Global extreme urban heat exposure — AP News
- Most common daily time uses — Nathan Yau
We’ll show how to quickly create a cool and interactive linear gauge chart that highlights Covid-19 vaccination data around the world. Our chart will allow us to visualize the status of Covid-19 vaccination at the time of writing, and will display two types of data — showing how far away we are from the halfway target of both partially and fully vaccinating the global population.
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For all who already have an eye for data visualization or only want to get it, DataViz Weekly is here with an overview of four new interesting projects curated from around the web!
- U.S. jobs by age of workers — Nathan Yau
- Probable climate futures based on different scenarios — Probable Futures
- Average IMDb scores of all TV series by episode — Jim Vallandingham
- Vaccination vs hospitalization rates across the United States — The Washington Post
Read on to learn more about each and check them out!
Hey everyone! It is Friday, and we are here to put a spotlight on the most compelling examples of sensible data visualization we have recently seen around the internet. As always, let’s start with a quick list and then look at each project. All aboard for DataViz Weekly!
- Intensive care unit occupancy rates in the United States — The New York Times
- Minority unemployment rates in 15 large U.S. cities. — Bloomberg
- Early proposals for congressional redistricting in Oregon, Indiana, and Colorado — The Washington Post
- Time use of American men and women by employment status — Nathan Yau
This week, we have come across a number of wonderful new data visualization projects out there. Here are the four that we’ve found most interesting and decided to showcase today in DataViz Weekly. Join us for a quick overview of these works and check them out!
- Black mortality gap in America — The Marshall Project
- Excess deaths worldwide during the COVID-19 pandemic — The Economist
- Ida-caused power outage in New Orleans as seen from space — NASA Earth Observatory
- Average seasonal colors of the United States — Erin Davis
Are you ready for another set of excellent data graphics examples? It’s time! The following projects made it to the newest DataViz Weekly digest — see the list below and keep reading for a closer look!
- Average weekday in the life of Americans — Nathan Yau
- Race and ethnicity across the United States — CNN
- Inflation in the United States — NYT Opinion
- COVID-19 spread across the world over time — Olivia Jack
It is Friday the 13th. But don’t worry about the irrational! Check out the four really cool data visualization projects we have discovered around the web these days and you will be fine, entertained, and inspired.
Today on DataViz Weekly:
- Codebase visualization in packed bubble charts — GitHub OCTO
- Climate change impacts through 2099 — Climate Impact Lab
- Shifts in U.S. time use patterns during the pandemic — Nathan Yau
- 50 years of social change in England and Wales — ONS
Effective Visualizations of Information on Pandemic, Climate, Happiness, Travel Time — DataViz WeeklyJuly 30th, 2021 by AnyChart Team
Data becomes easier to perceive and draw insights from when it is properly represented in charts and maps. For everyone interested to check out how information visualization works, we continue our regular feature DataViz Weekly curating the best new examples of effective graphics. Here are our latest picks:
- COVID-19 case acceleration rates — STAT
- Climate change risks across Germany — Vislab
- What makes people happy the most — Nathan Yau
- Driving time to Paris from across France — Nicolas Lambert
Look at some of the most interesting data visualizations we have come across out there over the last few days! The following projects are deservedly featured in DataViz Weekly this time:
- Falling spin rates in American baseball after a crackdown on sticky substances — The Upshot
- Gender diversity in Italian street names — EDJNet
- Shifts in the COVID-19 vaccination pace worldwide since January 2021 — Reuters
- Vaccination equity in America — CDC
Hardly a day goes by without some cool new charts and maps being built and published, helping to make sense of various data. Every Friday, we tell you about those that have gripped our attention the most during the past few days, within the framework of DataViz Weekly. Come see our new selection!
- Proposed new parliamentary constituency boundaries for England — BCE
- Reasons behind the delay of lockdown reopening in England — The Guardian
- COVID-19 vaccination campaign in India — Reuters
- Agricultural land use in Germany by crop type — Earth Observation Lab at HU Berlin, ThEO, and ZALF