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Can you experience data? Sometimes visualization gets you part of the way there, putting data into context, serving as a trigger for your memory, and all that. But only so much can happen through the computer screen.
Dreams, hope, and most importantly, love, mixed with some parties and dranking.
Casinos are everywhere. This interactive map tells you how close the nearest one is in sampled areas of the United States.
Salaries for occupations with the same job title can vary across industries. This interactive shows you by how much and who works where.
Jobs and pay can vary a lot depending on where you live, based on 2013 data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Here's an interactive to look.
Accessing government data from the source is frustrating. If you've done it, or at least tried to, you know the pain that is oddly formatted…
I combed through personal data that I've actively and passively collected since early graduate school to see how life is different now with a 6-month old.
My fascination with the geography of place and businesses continues.
There are many exercise apps that allow you to keep track of your running, riding, and other activities. Record speed, time, elevation, and location from…
In celebration of their 100-year anniversary, the American Film Institute selected the 100 most memorable quotes from American cinema, and a few years ago, for…
Visualization continues to mature and focus more on the data it represents than on novel designs and size. Let's have a look back.
A big part of statistics is comparisons, and perhaps more importantly, to figure out what to compare things to. Perspective changes with the baseline.
It was a challenge to choose a name for my son, someone who wasn't born yet, because I didn't know where to start amongst hundreds…
Tips on making it through, what I would tell my previous self going in, and advice on taking advantage of the unique opportunity that is graduate school.
Single data points from a large dataset can make it more relatable, but those individual numbers don't mean much without something to compare to. That's where distributions come in.
We've seen life expectancy at the country and state levels, but the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation recently released life expectancy data at the county level.
Three or four articles on the gender wage gap popped up on my radar last week, some focusing on the rise of women as the lead household earner and others on how much less women make. I took a look.
There are good reasons to cancel cable, but there were a few channels and programs that kept me on. When you look at it in dollars though, it's hard to justify the value for the cost.
After seeing a map in The Guardian, I was curious about what other data was available from the National Highway Traffic Safety Association. It turns out there's a lot.
I almost didn't make a best-of list this year, but as I clicked through the year's post, it was hard not to. If last year…
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