Dan Keating and Laris Karklis for The Washington Post map the change in diversity since 2000. The color scale, shown in the top right, represents two things: level of diversity and change in diversity. I’m not so sure the dual scale is interesting as a whole, as my brain just wants to split out each category individually or see each one separately. But keep scrolling and you can get that separation, which is a lot more visually helpful.
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Data Underload #6 – Bed Head
Your hair distribution in the morning, based on how you slept the previous night.
We looked at prime dating age and when people usually marry. Now it’s time for the next step in the circle of life.