This visualisation represents the world biggest fears and how much they have been amplified by the media. It allows us to make such conclusions as whether or not worldwide fear is increasing over time.
This visualisation represents the peak break-up times according to Facebook status updates. One of the conclusions is that peak ups occur during major holiday periods of the year.
This visualisation represents the billion dollar amounts that are spent on certain disciplines by the government.
This interactive visualisation represents the key players and noble relationships in the Middle East. The kind of visualisation is known as a “forced network” where the entities are bound in a mesh of connections. It portrays a visual joke, further humoured by the heading “Who likes whom in the middle east”.
This visualisation shows the gender pay gap in the UK. It shows that UK has a depressing wide gender pay gap, being much larger than the USA’s. According to the ONS, British men on average earn 19% more than British women (compares to 17% more in the States).
This balloon race visualisation shows the world’s biggest data breaches
This visualisation shows a statistical measure of how likely an infectious disease might spread through a population – if nothing is done to contain the outbreak.
This visualisation compares the left and right wing governments.
This visualisation showcases whether or not planes or volcanoes are emitting the most CO2 per day.