Nelson Davis of The Vizioneer blog looks at life expectancy by country and highlights the impact war and other disasters have. Click on the screenshot to view the viz. Filter by country and step through the story points for more information on some of the worst impacted countries.
John Schoen of CNBC illustrates how many states aren't contributing enough funds to ensure that they will be able to meet future pension promises. Hover over a mark in the scatterplot to see details for a particular state.
The Data Visualization Team at CNBC look at the public attitudes towards Governments and corporations around the globe. Click on the screenshot to view the viz. You can drill down by selecting a country then choose the respondent and institution type you want to see.
Steven Carter of Monday Morning Viz shows the estimated number of orphans in each of 40 countries, and what percent of U.S. households would need to adopt a child to take care of the problem. Hover over a country shape and see the proportion represented by filled-in home shapes.
Luke Tremolada (with data viz by Andrea Gianotti) look at Italy's rankings in the EU food produce awards by the PDO, PGI and TSG. Click on the screenshot to view the viz, step through the story points to learn about Italy's producers and awards, drill down using filters (in ...
Jon Boeckenstadt of Higher Ed Data Stories shows the cash-flow for University's for each freshman they admit, highlighting the economics of higher education. Use the filters on the right to interact with the data.
Matthew Cole of The Star shows the water lead content testing results by post code in Toronto. Click on the screenshot to view the viz, then filter down to the first three digits of any post code to see the water lead content of all post codes within that group.
The CIA estimates that ISIS militants number somewhere between 20,000 and 31,500. They also estimate that half of those fighters are foreigners. Radio Free Europe created this map of where these foreign militants come from.
George Gorczynski shows the degree to which each U.S. state has participated in the 1033 Program, in which military equipment is transferred to local American law enforcement agencies. Click on a state to see how much money has been spent on this equipment by county. Use the tabs at ...
During an interview with The Washington Post, David Seawright of Deep Root Analytics suggests that high scoring games may be worth spending political advertising dollars on. Click on the screenshot to view the viz.
A Viz of the Day bonus for everyone travelling to #DATA14 in Seattle this weekend. The Arkatechture crew is chronicling their cross-country trek from Maine to the Pacific Northwest for the annual Tableau Conference and mapping metrics like gas prices, speed and temperature along the ...
Garland Potts of the Seattle Times looks at the tall task facing the Seahawks as they begin their Super Bowl defense. Click the screenshot to explore the viz and see the analysis of previous Super Bowl winners.
Parag Laturkar of Symvyze Analytics provides a visual summary of each run scored in the World T20 Final cricket match in which Sri Lanka defeated India by 6 wickets. Click the name of a Batsman and a Bowler to see a "beehive chart" of each match-up, and click the color legend to ...
Radio-Canada takes a look at what languages are spoken in their country and where each language is most widely spoken. Click on a province to see the distribution of languages spoken in that particular province.
Peter Gilks of Paint by Numbers shows just how rainy Seattle is compared with a random selection of cities from around the world. Use the quick filters to narrow your comparison by country or month, and hover over each city's cloud to filter the timeline.
Sarah Ryley of the New York Daily News takes a look at summonses and arrests due to fare evasion in NYC. Explore the second viz to see the most frequently charged offenses in comparison to fare evasion.
August 21st - Антон Девятов, Вадим Шмыгов on TUT.BY
Антон Девятов and Вадим Шмыгов of TUT.BY illustrate the Belarusian grain harvest in comparison with harvests from around the world. Click the tabs at the top to view geographic and time trend data for these harvests.
Phillip Reese of The Sacramento Bee examines the low clearance rate of murder cases in California. He attributes the low clearance rates to gang culture, budget cuts in police departments, and some agencies just generally performing better than others.
Andy Kriebel of VizWiz and Facebook takes a look at University of Alabama football coach Nick Saban's pay compared to other SEC coaches, coaches from other conferences, and even from other sports in this Story Points viz.
Michelle Xiao of iClick Interactive takes a look at the internet development in China. Click through the story points to see the breakdown of the internet usage by gender, employment status and location.
In honor of Indian Independence Day today, Farid Jalal of BRIDGEi2i visualizes Indian citizens who have led inspirational lives. Explore the viz to see those individuals who have received the highest honors in India.
Current numbers from the World Health Organization put the total death toll of the recent Ebola outbreak at 932 people. El Confidencial produced this visualization to remind us that while the ebola outbreak is very serious, there are more deadly diseases that we should not ignore. ...
For the 2014 Data Science Challenge, Byung (Billy) Lee takes a look at the performance of Chicago Public Schools in 2013-2014. Use the filters to see each school's performance across several metrics. Click the screenshot to explore the viz.
Christian McDonald of the Austin American-Statesman visualizes the locations and demographics of charter schools in Austin, Texas. Click through the story points to view school locations and specific information about each school.