A place to show my latest experiments in data visualization
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6 factors That Make Data Content Go Viral We can’t guarantee that your data content will go viral. But based on everything we’ve published, we’ve found the most important elements you need to consider to give your content the best chance to succeed.
Killed By The Police In The United States Using D3.js, this map shows every person killed by the cops in the continental United States from 2015-2018. The size shows the number of people killed . Scroll over each hexagon for more information
Comparing the Planets in the Star Wars Universe Using the Star Wars API, and Tableau, I created an interactive poster that compares astronomical and societal features of the Star Wars planets.
Comparing The Average Property Taxes Paid in New Jersey (2017) Using Tableau, and publicly available real estate data, I create an interactive way to explore real estate data in New Jersey. This is part of a larger exploration of real estate in New Jersey.
The Wealth of Nations: The Economic History of The World: Using a simple bar chart race, music and narration, I bring to life 200 years of global economic history, in under 5 minutes.
Death from Above: America’s Drone War