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The happiest city in America is Napa, California -- and the saddest all swear too much. Red states are relatively happier. Blue states are relatively less happy.
Analyze the world’s health levels and trends in one interactive tool. Use treemaps, maps, and other charts to compare causes within a country, compare countries with regions or the world, and explore patterns and trends by country, age, and gender. Drill from a global view into specific details.
Smart Data >> (vidéo) Les données des cinq premiers millions de trajets du service de vélos en libre service de Londres ont été traitées, et rendues visuellement.
Dans les milieux de la communication de marques, du marketing, de l’influence en ligne, etc. la cartographie dans toutes ses variantes devient un outil clef, et notamment les visualisations interactives. Dernière expérimentation en date, le projet Virality de Facebook Stories qui explore les modes de propagation d’une image dite virale (c’est à dire qui a pu être partagée sur un court laps de temps de manière très importante entre les membres de plusieurs communautés). Le résultat est plutôt esthétique et puissant.
“Why are we picking at these carcasses of creativity?” Holly Finn asks in a recent Wall Street Journal article , pointing her critical finger at the particular corpse of Damien Hirst ’s creative corpus currently on show at the Tate Modern .
I’m starting to see a lot of these charts used on websites I frequently visit – such as Dribbble pro account page and Carbon Ads Dashboard.
When we build models of the world, we often think of it broken down into pieces, such as cities, counties, and countries.
We all know that everything you see on TV, and much of what you read online, is ultimately owned by a few mega corporations. But if you were pressed about how much those companies actually own, I’d bet you’d be off by about a factor of 2.
Outside of the nonsensical urban tesseract known as the West Village , Manhattan’s street grid system is famously simple: Avenues run north/south(ish), streets run east/west. A phrase like "5th Avenue and 33rd Street" isn’t just an arbitrary address, it’s a cartesian coordinate that can actually help you get to where you’re going as well as recognize when you’ve gotten there.
This post was written by Andy Kirk, founder and editor of visualisingdata.com . Andy will be guest editing Information Aesthetics for a short period while Andrew takes a well earned break.
O número 48 foi proposto pela EARL (Emotion Annotation and Representation Language), uma empresa de robótica que tenta entender o comportamento humano para replicá-lo em robôs e máquinas.
Jeffrey Heer, Stanford University
The European University Association (EUA), a representative organisation of universities from about 47 European countries, just released a University Autonomy Tool [university-autonomy.eu]. Developed by Raureif and interface designer Christian Behrens , the online visualization analyzes the relationship between universities and the state, in particular by revealing how flexibly universities can take decisions in the context of the rules and regulations that shape their higher education system. Each (sometimes spiraling) sunburst-like "line" represents a unique indicator, made up by a multitude of squares.
After reading this infographic, the stadium full of University of Texas Longhorn fans holding up their hands in a symbol of team spirit has a whole new meaning. Apparently, the “longhorn” sign tells Mediterranean cultures that you have been cuckolded, or cheated upon. Texans traveling abroad, watch out where you show your Longhorn pride.
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