Sunday, May 10, 2015

Weekend visualization

1. In a British election where Labor got routed and Conservatives swept across the country, the old coal mining belts remained steadfastly Red.
2. Brilliant superimposition of different global cities onto the map of Netherlands brilliantly captures the power of population density.
3. This map (via @MaxCRoser) depicts the global scientific collaboration linkages as represented by the geographical locations of collaborating scientific researchers.
Finally, Upshot has this collection of its 250 most-read articles, including interactive graphics. 

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