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Porngram

by gregg
Porngram maps the evolution of words frequencies in the titles of almost 800,000 porn videos. Data are provided by the Sexualitics dataset.

A Day in the Life

by gregg
This visualization displays the data for one random NYC yellow taxi on a single day in 2013. See where it operated, how much money it made, and how busy it was over 24 hours.

A P R I L Z E R O

by gregg & 2 others
For the past 107 days, I've been tracking everything about myself.

June 2014

You're Getting Old!

by gregg
Do you think time is catching up with you? Perhaps it's already overtaken you and left you in the dust. Do the years seem to be going ridiculously quickly now? There's a reason for it. You're getting old.

May 2014

TakeTheThrone

by gregg
TakeTheThrone.com est une visualisation en temps réel de toutes les conversations de fans à travers le royaume.

Spurious Correlations

by gregg & 1 other
Insane Things That Correlate With Each Other

Bootiful Game: Football infographics

by gregg
The Bootiful Game is a website devoted to making football data: potentially interesting, possibly funny, and hopefully lovely to look at too.

April 2014

dataworldcup.ch

by gregg
chaque jeudi un nouvel article à propos du football suisse en prévision de la Coupe du monde au Brésil.

Inequality Is

by gregg
The fact that the United States has become increasingly unequal in terms of income, wages, wealth and opportunity has hit the mainstream and public demands for economic fairness have gone viral. As the economic think tank for the 99%, EPI is eager to seize on this renewed public interest in creating a fair economy, building upon our nearly three decades of objective economic research that has earned us respect and praise across the political spectrum. The Inequality.is website will bring clarity to the national dialogue on wage and income inequality, using interactive tools and videos to tell the story of how we arrived at the state of inequality we find today and what can be done to reverse course and ensure workers get their fair share.

Roads Kill Map | Pulitzer Center

by gregg
The global road death toll has already reached 1.24 million per year and is on course to triple to 3.6 million per year by 2030.

March 2014

Graph TV

by gregg
Graph Ratings of Your Favorite TV Shows

Cyber Warfare Real Time Map

by gregg
Find out where you are on the CyberWar map

February 2014

selfiecity

by gregg
Investigating the style of self-portraits (selfies) in five cities across the world.

October 2013

Three degrees of separation: breaking down the NSA's 'hops' surveillance method

by gregg
You don’t need to be talking to a terror suspect to have your communications data analysed by the NSA. The agency is allowed to travel “three hops” from its targets – who could be people who talk to people who talk to people who talk to you. Facebook, where the typical user has 190 friends, shows how three degrees of separation gets you to a network bigger than the population of Colorado. How many people are three “hops” from you?

September 2013

August 2013

Every Second on the Internet

by gregg
In one second on the Internet there are...

BKLYNR | Block by Block, Brooklyn’s Past and Present

by gregg
The map shows the age of 320,000 buildings in Brooklyn http://t.co/c4tXmRRHaY

July 2013

Data Addict

by gregg
Structure indépendante de data-visualisation web, ou quand un journaliste rencontre un programmeur et un graphiste !

June 2013

Watch_Dogs WeAreData

by gregg
Watch_Dogs WeareData is the first website to gather publicly available data about Paris, London and Berlin, in one location. Each of the three towns is recreated on a 3D map, allowing the user to discover the data that organizes and runs modern cities today, in real time. It also displays information about the inhabitants of these cities, via their social media activity. What you will discover here are only facts and reality. Making of http://youtu.be/MMH7jt1OJCE

Data Will Help Us

by gregg
A brief manifesto about the promise and perils of data, by Jonathan Harris.

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