Visualising the Steps to Foresee the Future and Get Ready for It The architecture of the Red (team) Analysis website is built following this process. Each section strives progressively to address the various challenges that are met at each step, to explain and apply various possible methodologies and tools, and finally to deliver real-life strategic foresight and warning products. This graphic description of a step by step process to anticipate the future in an actionable way is grounded in six years of work with and about systems of anticipation, from early warning systems to prevent conflicts for aid agencies to strategic warning and strategic foresight with security and intelligence agencies and practitioners, in research for commissioned reports and teaching on the topic, as well as on twenty years experience in the field, in central administration and in research in war, international relations, political science, analysis and policy planning. Visualising the Steps to Foresee the Future and Get Ready for It
A Visualization Of World War II Like You've Never Seen Before
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A Campaign Map, Morphed By Money : It's All Politics A Campaign Map, Morphed By Money : It's All Politics Explore political ad spending through creative cartography. This animated map shows where superPACs and other outside groups spent their money — over a six-month period during the general election — to air political ads aimed at influencing the presidential race. Campaign reporters spend a lot of time pointing at color-coded electoral maps like the one below, showing which states voted for Republican John McCain (in red) and Democrat Barack Obama (in blue) in 2008. Adam Cole/NPR But these maps lie — visually speaking.
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Bob Cohn is the editor of Atlantic Digital. He oversees editorial affairs for TheAtlantic.com, The Atlantic Wire, The Atlantic Cities, and The Atlantic's mobile platforms. He has worked as the executive editor at Wired and The Industry Standard and as a writer at Newsweek. More 21 Charts That Explain American Values Today - Bob Cohn 21 Charts That Explain American Values Today - Bob Cohn
The e-diplomacy Hub, A real-time window onto digital diplomacy in action AFP: e-diplomacy The e-diplomacy HUB, A real-time window onto digital diplomacy in action Activate your Twitter account Your Twitter account is activated English | French The e-diplomacy Hub, A real-time window onto digital diplomacy in action
World: Corruption Perceptions Index 2011 2011 – a crisis in governance: Protests that marked 2011 show anger at corruption in politics and public sector Berlin, 1 December 2011 – Corruption continues to plague too many countries around the world, according to Transparency International’s 2011 Corruption Perceptions Index released today. It shows some governments failing to protect citizens from corruption, be it abuse of public resources, bribery or secretive decision-making. World: Corruption Perceptions Index 2011
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President Barack Obama may be down in the ratings, but he still has a steady hold on social media popularity. In December, Socialbakers – a social media analytics firm – tracked Facebook-page interactions of the eight key candidates from the Republican and Democratic parties to gauge changes in popularity and monitor fan engagement. Obama led the pack with the most overall interactions on the site, including comments, fan engagement and viral reach. President Barack Obama also has the most Facebook fans – a whopping 24 million, far more than the Republican candidates — but many were collected during the 2008 election period. Which Politician is Most Popular, Engaging on Social Media Sites? Which Politician is Most Popular, Engaging on Social Media Sites?
A few days ago I received an email from Thomas Watkins, who is an avid reader of this blog and a past participant in one of my Visual Business Intelligence Workshops. He asked my opinion of this infographic, which recently appeared in the . It looks a bit like a solar system with really strange orbits. The Euro Crisis Is Less Complicated Than It Appears The Euro Crisis Is Less Complicated Than It Appears
EU rules say that countries using the euro are not allowed to have an annual deficit of more than 3% of GDP, but several countries have failed to keep to that rule in recent years. Note that Germany, Italy and France were all among the first countries to break the Maastricht rule during the last decade, while Spain and the Republic of Ireland ran surpluses before the 2008 crisis. Since 2008, peripheral economies such as Spain, Greece and Portugal have run big deficits, because their economies have slumped, generating less tax revenues and requiring more unemployment benefit payments. Ireland experienced an exceptionally enormous deficit of 31% of its GDP in 2010, largely due to the cost of rescuing its banks. Italy, however, has faired surprisingly well. Eurozone in crisis in graphics: Deficit Eurozone in crisis in graphics: Deficit
What really caused the eurozone crisis? What really caused the eurozone crisis? 19 June 2012Last updated at 09:10 ET World leaders probably spend more time worrying about the eurozone crisis than anything else nowadays. But as eurozone governments struggle to agree the best way out of the crisis, are they missing what caused it?
[DATA] Budget 2012 : 366 milliards, mais pour financer quoi ? | Voila le travail Voici le premier budget du nouveau Président Hollande. Emploi, travail, économie, mais aussi éducation, défense, sécurité, logement... Ce graphique représente la répartition des grandes politiques publiques 2013, décidée par la gauche. [DATA] Budget 2012 : 366 milliards, mais pour financer quoi ? | Voila le travail
(french) Discours d’investiture de la cinquième : essai de text mining Les six discours d'investiture des Présidents de la République sont passés à la moulinette: quels présidents étaient les plus bavards? Quels mots revenaient le plus dans leurs discours? Lequel parle le plus souvent de lui? Billet initialement publié sur le datablog d’OWNI Pour ce test, j’ai choisi les discours prononcés par les présidents de la Vème République lors de leur (première) investiture afin de pouvoir comparer des textes énoncés dans un même contexte. Ils sont tous accessibles et exportables en PDF (faut pas trop en demander non plus…) sur le site de l’Elysée.
#read the ggplot2 library library(ggplot2) #read the data Outliers in the European Parliament
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The Conservatives could have been within striking distance of an overall majority had the 2010 general election been held under England's new boundaries, early Guardian analysis suggests. The Labour party could have netted 14 fewer seats, the Liberal Democrats 10 fewer, while the Conservatives, who dominate England, might have lost just six seats. The UK's only Green MP, Caroline Lucas, would not have been able to win her seat, according to the preliminary figures. The initial analysis, carried out by the Guardian data team, is based on figures released by the boundary commission, showing the makeup of each of England's 502 new constituencies – breaking down exactly which previous constituencies voters came from. Using these figures and the results of the 2010 general election, the exercise modelled the effects of a uniform swing from the old boundaries to new. Boundary changes: Labour and Lib Dems set for losses
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If this visualization looks familiar to you it’s because you follow the career of David McCandless far too closely. It is, in fact, based on his design for Where Does My Money Go? (WDMMG) but has been re-imagined by Gregor Aisch. Hierarchical Data with Bubble Tree
What is oeGOV? oeGOV is making and publishing W3C OWL ontologies for eGovernment. This initiative is born out of the idea: "Use small OWL ontologies to model recovery and deploy across all government" posted at TheNationalDialogue.org and Tim Berners-Lee's vision of "Linked Open Data". The blog for oeGOV is www.oegov.us/blog Ontologies for e-Gov
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Money Chart
Death & Taxes 2012
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The Power of Maps
Lobbyists and Politicians: Connections
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So Clever: Ron Paul Campaign Vid Uses Obama's Typeface Against Him | Co.Design
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Behind SOPA: What It Means for Business and Innovation [INFOGRAPHIC]
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Infographie : 4 ans d'action pour la France et les Français
Infographic: Which dictator killed the most people?
Clip de campagne de François Hollande - une vidéo Actu et Politique
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Diminishing Voters' Rights
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