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Ryan Burge 📊 May 18
The racial breakdown of the largest religious groups/denominations in the United States compared to the overall population of the U.S. Wanted to try out the update to waffle package with new code from .
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Samuel Wong May 16
Using tooltips in unexpected ways
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Neil Kaye May 17
What percentage of all global fossil fuel CO₂ emissions since 1751 have occurred in my lifetime. If you are 15 it is more than 30% If you are 30 it is more than 50% If you are 85, it is more than 90%
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GoogleTrends May 24
The starts soon! Here is a of America's top spelling searches for 2019.
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Louisa Smith May 14
OK this is my new favorite way to present two numbers
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Randy Olson May 24
Which cities are the best deals? Quality of life vs. cost of living around the world.
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Randy Olson May 20
We knew it was coming... searches for "cancel subscription" this past week.
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Neil Kaye May 17
Cumulative global CO₂ emissions since 1751 For each year, a single pixel represents 1 million tonnes of CO₂. For perspective: 1751 = 9 million tonnes (9 pixels) 2018 = 37,100 million tonnes See massive acceleration at the end.
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Jonathan Reardon 4h
Visualization of Layer Outputs of a CNN running on MNIST data
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Craig Taylor May 21
Another animated depicting drive-time mountains for towns and cities in France using just an AO pass. Where next...? 😀
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Kat Greenbrook May 13
The in this marketing campaign by is awesome!
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Simon Kuestenmacher May 13
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Guns & America May 17
Guns & America's ran the numbers to find out if school shootings are happening more frequently in the U.S. since 1999. Here's what he found 👇
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Mat Booth May 23
Superb use of data & video, this billboard from features a lad who gets up and points every time a BA flight goes overhead followed by a caption with the live flight info. A simple and clever smart advert using live data to make an impact
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Smart Decisions 5h
China plans to be a world leader in Artificial Intelligence by 2030
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Emilie L. Dubois May 24
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Alberto Cairo May 20
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Maths Ed May 21
Suggested reading list / course companions to help post-16 students of statistics build an intuitive appreciation for , develop integrity when dealing with data, and cultivate creative and aesthetic approaches to (pdf: )
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Simon Kuestenmacher 6h
Here is a true classic in the world of . It shows how different projections distort the world. Distortion is of course necessary when displaying a three-dimensional globe onto a two-dimensional . Source:
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Neil Kaye May 22
Animated map showing global fossil fuel CO₂ emissions from 1751 to 2013 This one uses the same colour scale for each year It uses CDIAC data
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