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Accesibility Map

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The map shows the average number of pickups for different times of the day and days of week
Average rating: 3.3 (3 votes)
Visual types:

flow map, base map

Annotated scatterplot with equality line

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Earnings between gender for range of jobs, with equality and 10/20/30% difference lines marked.
Average rating: 7.1 (7 votes)

Area graph: Pets' carbon print

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Area chart with a comparison of the carbon print of several pets against the carbon print of some popular cars.
Average rating: 7 (6 votes)
Visual types:

area chart

Bar chart

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US political party affiliations for religious traditions (in contrast to <a href="http://datavis/edit.php?id=123">this bubble chart</a>).
Average rating: 5.5 (4 votes)

Billionaire rankings interactive data explorer

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Ranking's of the worlds richest people, animated and interactive. Sort by various categories or show data as a visual dot plot or on a world map with an interactive change over time feature.
Average rating: 6 (2 votes)

Bubble chart

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County level 2008 US presidential election returns.
Average rating: 5.2 (17 votes)

Bubble chart

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Presidential Vote Margin by County for Pennsylvania, 2008.
Average rating: 7.3 (22 votes)
Visual types:

bubble chart

Bubble chart of UK public spending by government department

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Total UK government public spending, by department. The area of the circles represents the total spend, and the colours are used to distinguish the different departments
Average rating: 8.7 (44 votes)
Visual types:

bubble chart, area chart

Bubble map

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The graphic shows China's international investments from 2003 to 2009 in several dimensions: as the percentage of the total exports; as the overall volume in millions of dollars; and as China’s foreign direct investment. The interactive features help make clear the growing presence of Chinese trade and investment all around the world.
Average rating: 9.3 (3 votes)
Visual types:

base map, bubble map

Carbon atlas cartogram

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Cartograms are distorted maps, where the geographic areas represent data values, but retain (at least some) similarity in shape to the original map. The Cartogram above shows each country of the world, with the circle size representing annual carbon emissions, the World graphic at the top-right used to establish colours used for continents, and the bar-chart and table at the bottom showing data values in ranked order.
Average rating: 7.9 (16 votes)

Cartogram map on the impact of US recession

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Where the recession hit the Us the hardest: an interactive map showing how different regions and industries have weathered the downturn—and the recovery
Average rating: 6 (1 votes)

Circular interactive score card

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An interactive dashboard which explores how the handling of gay rights issues vary by state and follow trends by region across the US
Average rating: 8.6 (6 votes)

Circular proportional area chart

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Comparison of peak sales and 2008 sales for various G.M. brands.
Unrated
Visual types:

bubble chart, table

Comparative bubble chart

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Bubble map comparing landmass and population to measure population density. The outer bubble depicts area(sq km) and the inner bubble depicts population. The larger the inner bubble relative to the outer bubble, the higher the level of population density.
Average rating: 4 (1 votes)
Visual types:

bubble chart

Compound map with selectable doughnut chart

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Breakdown by area of under-18 profiles on national DNA database.
Average rating: 6.2 (4 votes)

Credit rating chart

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Rank comparison diagram, comparing credit ratings of nations by different credit ratings agencies.
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Visual types:

comparative chart

Doughnut chart

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This is an illustration of Britain's Budget for 2010. It is a variation of the pie chart accompanied by information of the relative share of each slice in billions of Pounds.
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Visual types:

pie chart, doughnut

Doughnut chart of UK public spending and income

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How much money does the UK have coming in this year - and where will the spending be?
Average rating: 10 (1 votes)
Visual types:

doughnut

Electoral Map

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This swingometer simulates voter’s change of preference among the main parties as well as the size of the change and its potential impact on the political landscape in each constituency.
Average rating: 8.3 (6 votes)

Electoral Map: change exploration

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This is a 'swingometer', designed to explore the changes each party requires to gain a majority in parliament.
Average rating: 9.3 (3 votes)

Interactive block histogram

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US Consumer Price Index through November 2008.
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Visual types:

histogram

Interactive bubble map

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This visualisation presents the predicted relative and absolute level of growth for the BRIC countries (Brazil, Russia, India and China) compared to other emerging and developed economies. The interactive feature of the visualisation allows to easily visalise changes over time as changes in bubble sizes. For example, it is easy to see the waning contribution of European Economies to the World GDP.
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Visual types:

bubble map

Interactive dashboard of UK fatalities in Afghanistan and Iraq

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An interactive dashboard, showing UK fatalities in Afghanistan and Iraq. Users can change the timeframe to explore changes over time.
Average rating: 10 (2 votes)

Interactive line chart

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This is an interactive line graph that displays information about the unemployment rate in the US during the last 2 years in terms of ethnicity, gender, age and education level. Whereas this type of information can be displayed simultaneously using a contingency table, the line graph allows the introduction of time a visualisation dimension that allows to easy grasp of the changes and relative comparison with the desired population breakdowns.
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Visual types:

line chart

Interactive map

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This is a colour coded map designed to summarize the information related to the flight ban caused by the Icelandic volcano in April 2010
Average rating: 8 (1 votes)
Visual types:

base map

Interactive map

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Interactive tool to visualize the progress of the 2010 elections.
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Visual types:

map

Interactive Scatterplot

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A scatterplot looking at the number of years we can expect to live compared with the number of years we can expect to live in good health across the world. In most of the world, life expectancy is longer than it was 20 years ago, but often a smaller percentage of those years will be healthy ones.
Average rating: 10 (1 votes)
Visual types:

scatterplot

Interactive table

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This visualization presents large groups of text by using a simple key coloured table that allows the user select a category to reveal more detail. Within each category, the user can see the manifestos of Labour, Conservative and Liberal Democrat for the May 2010 elections. This type of graph is a appealing alternative to standard tables.
Unrated
Visual types:

table

Interactive time line tool

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The 'Who Had It Worse' Time Machine. A tool from Canada that allows users to select their graduating year and compare the financial situation against the graduating class of 1976 and see 'Who had it worse?'
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Interactive time series

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This visualisation offers some specialised information about a couple of economic indicators: cumulative percentage of change of some currencies against the dollar and the annualized percentage of change in exports. The information is displayed for six developing economies as a way to show the relationship between monetary policy (adopting floating currencies) and the change in the exports. It gives detailed information for each country in order to convey its message to a relatively specialized audience.
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Interactive time series

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It is a common practice to create indexes to summarize complex information, in this case about the economy. The drawback of indexes is that they sometimes hide the variation of the information they are based on. This visualization presents the evolution of both the index across time and its underlying indicators. For example, it is easy to see how the decrease of the economic outlook has been followed by a reduction of the number of hours worked in the private sector.
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Interactive treemap

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Number of infant deaths per 100,000 live births in selected countries.
Average rating: 2 (2 votes)

Interactive trend chart

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Percentage change in UK house prices over time for data from three sources.
Average rating: 2 (2 votes)
Visual types:

animation, line chart

Line area graph

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This visualisation presents the number of foreign high school students in the US in 2008 and contrast it with the number of US students going abroad. The total volume of students is represented by the area covered by the lines.
Average rating: 5 (6 votes)

Maps showing overlap between two indicators

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The three maps show Local Authorities with (1) high levels of BNP membership, (2) large non-white populations, and (3) both high levels of BNP membership and large non-white populations. The use of the blue, red and overlap purple colours make this a geographic "Venn diagram", allowing viewers to quickly identify areas with high levels on two separate datasets.
Average rating: 9.3 (3 votes)

Office space availability

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Diagram showing location and type of office space available in San Francisco skyscrapers.
Average rating: 6.3 (4 votes)
Visual types:

bar chart, pictorial

Olympic medals result

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This infographic presents the final medal count for the 2008 Beijing Olympics in several dimensions. The central part shows the distribution of medals by continent using proportional sized pie charts to reflect the count. The inner circles of the pie charts are split by the type of medal. The same technique is applied in the other dimensions presented: medals by geopolitical groups (China, EU, ex soviet republics) , by sport (swimming, athletics, gymnastics) , by GDP and by population. It also contains full information of the final medal count by country and a day-by-day gold medal count (annotated bar char in the lower half). All parts of the visualisation are commented to give an overall picture of the event.
Average rating: 5.5 (4 votes)
Visual types:

pie chart, bar chart, table

Pictorial bar chart

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Fuel use of various modes of transport.
Average rating: 4.7 (3 votes)
Visual types:

bar chart, pictorial

Pictorial stacked percentage chart

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Percentage of carbon cost for various activities involved in making one bottle of Innocent smoothie vs one can of Coke.<br /><br />There is a major misleading aspect to this visualisation: The use of varying widths for the two bars suggests to the viewer that the coke can produces significantly more CO2 than the smoothie bottle. Examination of the text shows that this is not the case.
Average rating: 6 (5 votes)

Population projection

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This is a very rich infographic that combines several visualisation types: bubble chart, population pyramid, comparative line charts, a map, pie charts and it is additionally fully annotated. The picture itself is crossed by a line (without reference axis) that communicates the main message of the infographic: the rapid population growth experienced by the UK in recent decades. The supplementary charts display information about population proportions, population densities, age and gender structure, comparison between migration related and “natural” population change, fertility rates during the last 35 years and lastly population changes by government region during 2007-08. The display is very rich and is successful at grabbing’s the reader’s attention by offering an appealing combination of related data.
Average rating: 6 (3 votes)

Probability line chart

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Shows probability of defaulting on mortgage increase when amount owed surpasses value of property. 'Underwater' section shows loan-to-value ratio of more than 100%.
Average rating: 6 (2 votes)
Visual types:

line chart

Scarf chart of income tax by income level

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This chart shows contribution towards total UK Income Tax that each income group (broken down by percentage) makes. From this, we can see that taxpayers with the highest 10% of income paid just over half of all Income Tax for the time period shown. Connectors between the columns therefore indicate each group's relative contribution.
Average rating: 0 (1 votes)

Selectable bubble chart

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US political party affiliation for each religious tradition - bubble size shows percentage of religion affiliated with chosen party.
Average rating: 2.8 (4 votes)
Visual types:

bubble chart

Speech bubble browser

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Guardian interactive diagram showing proportion of words devoted to particular themes during Gordon Brown's speech to US congress (March 2009).
Average rating: 9 (1 votes)
Visual types:

bubble chart

State tagcloud

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Various presidential election statistics displayed as state or county tagcloud.
Average rating: 6 (1 votes)

Stream graph

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This visualisation is a combination of an area graph and a time line. The areas here are used to represent the gross box office results of movies relased between 1986 and 2008. The visualisation is enhanced with links to reviews of the movies included.
Average rating: 6.2 (9 votes)

Swingometer

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This visualization explores the possible changes in voter's preferences for the 2010 elections and displays the seats at stake for each possibility.
Unrated

Time change map

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Map of UK by parliamentary constituency showing percentage of population claiming JSA. Slider at bottom allows users to choose a time point.
Average rating: 9.7 (3 votes)
Visual types:

map, choropleth map

Time line of the political landscape in Germany

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This visualisation combines the characteristics of a time line with those of a bar graph to display the proportional political composition of parties in the government and opposition from 1950 to 2009. There is plenty of information for each data point in the annotations that accompany the graph.
Average rating: 8 (1 votes)

Timeseries map

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Votes by state for all US presidential elections.
Average rating: 6 (1 votes)
Visual types:

map, table, choropleth map

Wordcloud with integrated video and transcripts

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Interactive word cloud of Gordon Brown's speech to European Parliament, where each word links to video and transcript of that word being used.
Unrated
Visual types:

qualitative