The World of Beer infographic by popchartlab.
Water is everything. Maybe the great mind of Thales, a greek philosopher, once referred to as “the father of science” wasn’t too far off when he stated “water constitutes the principle of things” This friday, 22nd of March, will be World Water day and what makes it more special, 2013 was declared in February by […]
Political theater is my favourite kind of theater, it’s an amusing metaphor of the sad state of politics today, never the least it still makes a good laugh. On March 7 republic senator Rand Paul carried out a 13-hour old-school, speak-until-you-can-speak-no-more Filibuster concerning the use of drones in american soil. Filibusting is a political tactic […]
Fire alarms…. I don´t know anyone who didn’t crinch when hearing its irritating bell over the past few weeks at university. They are loud, they force you to go out in the cold and then they make you wait for the 40 minutes! Penrym´s campus fire alarm when off 9 times in the past month […]
This month´s crime figures reveal that 7341 convictions happened in London, according to CPS (Crown prosecution service), making it the highest rates of crime in England and Wales The bubble chart below shows the national criminal causes by offence category in February 2012, to make it interactive and explore the data click on it. Theft […]
Illusions in Data Visualization by Drew Skau 2 days ago Filed Under: Design Data visualizations are effective ways for inputting information into a human’s brain, and as Visual Analytics Researcher at Tableau Software and Visual.ly advisor Robert Kosara says, visualizations are what makes our world real. But even when the people who created the visualization […]