The global center of mass of higher education: university rankings mapped

Click here if you prefer to read this post on Medium.com (2 minute read). Click here to look at the data visualization only on visualizing.org. It is often-touted that the world has been shifting towards Asia (On all fronts, even Formula 1 🙂 ). Indeed, innovation has clearly gotten a good foothold in the East and higherContinue reading “The global center of mass of higher education: university rankings mapped”

Religious diversity in Romania visualized on colorwheels

Click here if you prefer to read this post on Medium.com (9 minute read). Click here to look at the data visualization only on visualizing.org. A localized Hungarian version of this post also exists. In this post we will visualize and examine the religious breakdown of the country of Romania and its historical regions. We findContinue reading “Religious diversity in Romania visualized on colorwheels”

Quandl + NVD3 = Interactive Data Plotter

During my daily work, I do a lot quick data checks on various (energy and development) indicators. For sure the classic way is to go EIA, BP, World Bank or one of the other large, established databases and copy the data into Excel or so and start staring. Nowadays, I would find it actually more convenientContinue reading “Quandl + NVD3 = Interactive Data Plotter”

The Geocenter of Formula 1 venues between 1950-2014

Click here if you prefer to read this post on Medium.com (3 minute read). Click here to look at the data visualization only on visualizing.org. Recently, there has been a doubt over the venue 2015 German Formula 1 Grand Prix, with rumors about it being completely cancelled. Operators of other historical European venues have recently voiced theirContinue reading “The Geocenter of Formula 1 venues between 1950-2014”

Charlie Hebdo March – Freedom, Religion and Trade: What does the data say?

Click here if you prefer to read this post on Medium.com (6 minute read). A Hungarian version of this post also exists. There is hardly any person on the planet, who hasn’t probably heard about the 3.7 million people marching in Paris in solidarity to raise red flags on terrorism and freedom of press, following theContinue reading “Charlie Hebdo March – Freedom, Religion and Trade: What does the data say?”