Road transport is the most common form of transportation in nearly every country around the World. Billions of people hit the streets daily to get to work, school and many other places. The convenience of hopping into a car and
After the warm reception of the elevation span graph we made a couple of days ago, here is another epic chart displaying the number of people who would need to relocate if the sea levels rose by 5 meters. Projections
Today, we have a #dataviz showing all the tornadoes in the contiguous United States from 2000 until 2015. As you can see, most tornadoes form in the Midwestern and Southeastern United States. But not all! The main takeaway from this
Today, we have an epic graph instead of a map. It shows the distance between the highest and lowest point in every country in the World. Enjoy! (Click on the images to view them full size) Elevation in meters (scroll
This maps shows how many times a sitting U.S. president has visited each European country since the dissolution of the Soviet Union which happened on December 26, 1991. Five people have held the title of President since that date: George
The Number of Top 500 Universities Per 1 million Residents in the United States: You can browse the raw data below: Detailed list of universities by state and analysis coming soon.
The map displays the number of hours the average worker needs to work to afford an average one-bedroom rental unit. Methodology: The median gross rent for a one-bedroom unit in each state divided by the median hourly wage in each
These enclaves/exclaves are located along the border of the European countries of Belgium and Germany, just south of the city of Aachen. Here is an example of what these borders actually mean at some locations: Pretty surreal, isn’t it? If