I finally found a good excuse to play around with RAW (made by the amazing people from Density Design). I have tried a few times before, but it quickly showed that I had too much data. Wanting to do stuff with a lot of data in a browser is really not such a good idea, but […]
I have longed, and I have searched. Finally some wise words about the too easy metaphor of data being the new oil, which I involuntarily almost loathe more than the human and natural consequences of oil itself (that was an exaggeration, mind you). As it tends to be, it is Data Artist in Residence at New York […]
Periscopic has a pretty great visualization of the Republican Candidates’ topics during the debates. Obviously there were a lot of interesting topics during the one in Rochester, Michigan, yesterday, but in Las Vegas, Nevada, about a month ago, they touched the subject of Foreign Aid.
As part of their Grow campaign, Oxfam have just released the map below, which shows the “Food price pressure points”. When looking closer, you can also see how dependent the worst off countries are on imports for food consumption. Although not necessarily the most informative graphics, they do carry a story, and they are visually pleasing. Good job, Oxfam!