Designer Gregor Aisch has a look at energy usage in Europe. Click on a number of topics on the bottom to see how each country compares, or mouse over a specific country to get its details. Bubbles are color-coded according to relatively high or low levels (I think) and sized by population (I think). There isn’t a whole lot of explanation of what you’re actually seeing, but it has some interesting interactions in there. Maybe our European readers can add some context. Don’t forget to take it fullscreen and put it on autoplay.
Europe’s energy targets in perspective
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Unemployment in America, Mapped Over Time
Watch the regional changes across the country from 1990 to 2016.
Data Underload #17: Famous Movie Quotes, p. 2
Carpe diem. Seize the data, boys. Make your lives extraordinary.
Working on Tips, by State
What percentage of a waiter and waitress’s income comes from tips and what comes from salary? The calculation isn’t straightforward but we can try.