How Data Visualization During Public Health Crises Has Saved Lives for Centuries
The communicative value in visualizing data towards improving public health outcomes is long-established, going back over two centuries.
The Schools Where Apple, Google, and Facebook Get Their Recruits [The Wired]
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A Proportional Perspective of the World's Native Languages
This fascinating infographic by Alberto Lucas López shows how 23 of the world’s mother tongues are proportioned, and how they’re distributed around the globe.
How to Create Amazing Data-Driven Infographics | Piktochart
Great infographics balance data, information, & art to create a visual presentation that’s as educational as it is engaging. This is how to create your own.
« En tant que féministe, je sais que la révolte des dominées prend rarement la forme qui plairait aux dominants. Je peux même dire: elle ne prend jamais une forme qui leur convient. Et aller plus loin: ce que les dominants attendent, c’est qu’on demande ses droits poliment, et que si on ne les obtient…
Beauty by the Numbers: 4 Data Visualization Apps for Business
Can’t make sense of your business’s data? Here are the top data visualization apps that will help you draw meaningful data trends and stay ahead of the curve.
What does the internet SOUND like?
Frank Swain, a writer from London, has created a map that shows what the internet sounds in London. The sound of each network produces clicks whose frequency rises with the signal strength.
Colors of World Flags - Visualoop
An exploration of color combinations used in world flags. Flags are arranged by the most common combinations of colors. Colors and combinations are arranged in
MeToomentum – a visual analysis of #MeToo
MeToomentum is a visual analysis of the popular social Movement #MeToo.Sexual abuse and workplace harassment are all too common, this online dialogue has shed light on the magnitude of the problem.Focusing on the movement’s first six months on Twitter…