People worry about data overload. Fooey. Charts and musings by Nathan Yau.
Median income only tells you where the middle is. The distributions of income are a lot more interesting.
More money on average means bigger houses, more expensive cars, and fancier restaurants. But what if you look at relative spending instead of total dollars?
We all have our routines, but from person-to-person, the daily schedule changes a lot depending on your responsibilities.
This chart shows the shifts since 1960.
Here's how the distribution of genres has changed since 1945 up to present.
Most television shows don't get past the first season, but there are some that manage to stick around. These are the 175 longest running shows on IMDb that have ratings.
Whether it’s because of experience, physical ability, or education level, some jobs tend towards a certain age of worker more than others.
Using an oldie but goodie visualization format to look at time use between different groups.
Everyone gets a dot. You get a dot. And you get a dot. And you.
We had to do more from home. Here's how much everything shifted by total minutes in a day.
This is a 24-hour snapshot for a day in the life of Americans.
After looking at how much time we spent on daily activities in 2020, let's look at when we spent our time.
Our everyday routines changed over the past year, and with the 2020 American Time Use Survey, we can see by how much.
Researchers asked 10,000 participants to list ten things that recently made them happy. I counted and connected the dots.
How long will chicken reign supreme? Who wins between lemon and lime? Is nonfat ice cream really ice cream? Does grapefruit ever make a comeback? Find out in these charts.