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Pożar w Jankowie Przygodzkim Jak podał Wal­czak pro­ku­ra­tu­ra pro­wa­dzi śledz­two pod kątem moż­li­wo­ści po­peł­nie­nia prze­stęp­stwa po­le­ga­ją­ce­go na spro­wa­dze­niu zda­rze­nia za­gra­ża­ją­ce­go życiu i zdro­wiu wielu osób albo mie­niu w wiel­kich roz­mia­rach. Do­tych­czas prze­słu­cha­no w cha­rak­te­rze świad­ków 22 osoby, w więk­szo­ści pra­cow­ni­ków firm re­ali­zu­ją­cych bu­do­wę ga­zo­cią­gu. Wal­czak po­in­for­mo­wał, że ofia­ry śmier­tel­ne to 34-let­ni miesz­ka­niec wo­je­wódz­twa wiel­ko­pol­skie­go i 39-let­ni miesz­ka­niec wo­je­wódz­twa ku­jaw­sko-po­mor­skie­go. Byli to pra­cow­ni­cy firmy pro­wa­dzą­cej prace ziem­ne w miej­scu zda­rze­nia. Ob­słu­gi­wa­li urzą­dze­nia znaj­du­ją­ce się w po­bli­żu uszko­dzo­ne­go ga­zo­cią­gu. Pro­ku­ra­tor po­in­for­mo­wał, że ku koń­co­wi zmie­rza­ją czyn­no­ści zwią­za­ne z oglę­dzi­na­mi miej­sca zda­rze­nia. Pożar w Jankowie Przygodzkim
Pitch Interactive: The Holy Bible and the Holy Quran: A Comparison of Words Pitch Interactive: The Holy Bible and the Holy Quran: A Comparison of Words In order to understand a religion, we can refer to its holy book, which establishes guidelines and principles for followers to adhere to. At the same time, followers, both radical and mild, interpret the holy text to provide a deeper and often more complex meaning of a particular verse, often to help explain issues that directly affect their personal beliefs. Unfortunately, people of one faith try to use the holy text of another faith to ridicule that faith or show its abominations by pointing to a particular text, often entirely out of context or misquoted. One such example is the Quran burning controversy stirred by Terry Jones in Florida.
Jason Salavon | Shoes, Domestic Production, 1960-1998
512 Paths to the White House - Interactive Feature
Tracking American Poverty & Policy
Recorded Future - Interactive network analysis of companies involved in Wen Jiabao family
Facebook Stories - Data Visualization: Photo-Sharing Explosions This is a series of videos that visualizes a single piece of content being shared between hundreds of thousands of individuals on Facebook. We've tried to capture the frenetic energy surrounding three of the most shared images, all of which were photos published on George Takei's Page. Each visualization is made up of a series of branches starting from a single person. As the branch grows, re-shares split off on their own arcs, sometimes spawning a new generation of re-shares, sometimes exploding in a short-lived burst of activity. The two different colors show gender, and each successive generation becomes more and more white as time goes by. Facebook Stories - Data Visualization: Photo-Sharing Explosions
Facebook Stories - Interactive: Mapping the World's Friendships Facebook Stories - Interactive: Mapping the World's Friendships Technology bridges distance and borders. Individuals today can keep in touch with their friends and family in completely new ways — regardless of where they live. We explored these international connections through Facebook and found some trends — some predictable, some wholly unexpected, and some still inexplicable. Who can explain the strong link between the Democratic Republic of Congo, one of the poorest countries in the heart of Africa, and Ecuador?
Migrations Map: Where are migrants coming from? Where have migrants left?
Project Cascade

Pulse of the Nation: U.S. Mood Throughout the Day inferred from Twitter

Click for high-resolution PDF version (11MB) Video A time-lapse video of the maps, cycled twice, is available below (best viewed at 720p): Pulse of the Nation: U.S. Mood Throughout the Day inferred from Twitter
Moodwall / Studio Klink and Urban Alliance Media architecture collective Urban Alliance has recently finished the Moodwall: a 24 meter long interactive light installation in Amsterdam. The Moodwall is situated in a pedestrian tunnel and interacts with people passing by, improving the atmosphere in the tunnel and making people happy and feel less unsafe. The interactive urban wallpaper is built out of about 2500 leds behind a ribbed semi-transparent wall. The curves in the wall make it less suitable for grafitti and improve the visibility of the content for the side. Moodwall / Studio Klink and Urban Alliance
Debtris US
Debtris (UK version)
Understanding Shakespeare / Process
24 hours of Flickr geotagged uploads
ABS Spotlight : Spotlight
England riots: an interactive timeline | UK news
Britain's Royal Navy in the First World War - animated | News
SPRING SPREE - Spending patterns in Spain during Easter 2011 SPRING SPREE - Spending patterns in Spain during Easter 2011 The Senseable City Lab together with leading Spanish bank BBVA has embarked on an examination of expenditure patterns and urban analysis at large, using an unprecedented dataset of financial transactions. The first in a series of studies, Spring Spree illustrates the purchasing patterns across Spain during Easter 2011. Using data gathered by the BBVA banking network, this visualization shows how 1.4 million individuals and 374,220 businesses performed over 4 million transactions for a total of €232 million in the week of Easter 2011. Examining spatio-temporal transactions categorized by the type of sale (e.g. food, fashion, restaurants), it is possible to see distinctive patterns emerging such as the spikes in the purchase of food in the days proceeding the Easter holiday.


The heatmap shows the places people like, based on the number of panoramio photos at each place in the world. The dark areas have few photos, the red areas have more and the yellow areas have a large number of photos geotagged. The hottest places have markers linking photos, streetview, wikipedia, wikivoyage, foursquare and google plus articles about the site. The place names are selected by the wikipedia readership numbers and foursquare checkins. Area populations are based on the geonames database. Sightsmap
The Web 2.0 Summit Map - The Data Frame The Web 2.0 Summit Map - The Data Frame We live in a world clothed in data, and as we interact with it, we create more. Welcome to the 2011 edition of the Web 2.0 Map. This map showcases the incumbents and upstarts in our network economy, gathered around various territories that represent the Web 2.0's Points of Control. We've removed last year's acquisition mode to make room for a newly minted data layer. Pan and Zoom to explore the map, and click the icons to get some insight about each player and their position.
submap submap Kitchen Budapest and UrbanCyclr teamed up to untangle the invisible pattern of bike traffic in Budapest. 100.000 kilometers of biking routes collected from individual bikers are overlaid on the city map. All distortions of the map reflect higher biking activity in the respective area of the city. 24h map animation reveals the daily biking patterns of a growing community of urban bikers in Budpest. UrbanCyclr app allows bikers to track their biking routes in the city. The individual routes are added to an aggregated map of the bikers' community. 100.000 kilometers of biking routes have been collected from individual bikers since the launch of the app in 2011.
Close Source United Nations, Department of Economic and Social Affairs (UNDESA), Population Division special updated estimates of urban population as of October 2011, consistent with World Population Prospects: The 2010 revision and World Urbanization Prospects: The 2009 revision. Graphic presentation of data based on The Guardian, 27 July 2007. This map is stylized and based on an approximate scale. Urban Population Map
Old Maps Online
in - A visualization of migration flows World Population: 6,853,328,460 Migrants in the world: 215,738,321 Almost 216 million people, or 3.15% of the world population, live outside their countries.
The Value of Data Visualization
Infographic Data Visualization
A Brief History of Digital Data
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2 December 2011Last updated at 17:52 The image below shows the location of 2,396,750 road crashes in Great Britain from 1999 to 2010. Each light point is an individual collision which resulted in a casualty. The intensity of brightness shows where collisions are more frequent. The video below animates 12 years of road crash data. Every death on every road in Great Britain 1999-2010
The Sexperience 1000 - Sexperience
What’s Your Economic Outlook? - Interactive Feature
24 hours of Flickr geotagged uploads
Wikipedia Gender