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

Colorful Development: Dynamic Graphs

UPDATE: This post has been developed into a web-app! This fresh post gives an introduction. PREVIOUS: Colorful Development: RGB-coded Multidimensional HDI Click here to look at the data visualization only on visualizing.org. This post is an update on the Colorful Development: RGB-coded Multidimensional HDI post. But this time I’m bringing you dynamic plots – spanning over the Continue reading Colorful Development: Dynamic Graphs

Colorful Development: RGB-coded Multidimensional HDI

UPDATE: This post has been developed into a web-app! This fresh post gives an introduction. UPDATE: Please also check out the new post updated with dynamic plots for 1980-2013! This post will be about the Human Development Index and the Red-Green-Blue color model (RGB). I present a novel approach towards visualizing the component inequality within the HDI Continue reading Colorful Development: RGB-coded Multidimensional HDI

How Social Media Won the 2014 Romanian Presidential Elections for Klaus Iohannis?

A Hungarian version of this post also exists. The 2014 Romanian presidential elections have been (most certainly) won by Klaus Iohannis. Compared to the other candidate, Victor Ponta, he has been generally regarded as a silent and pragmatic leader. And he didn’t even have a Facebook page until recently. However, when after the first round of the elections it Continue reading How Social Media Won the 2014 Romanian Presidential Elections for Klaus Iohannis?