This interactive data visualization illustrates how the different planetary objects in our solar system compare based on their individual masses.
Freedom of speech on the internet has been on decline for eight consecutive years. We visualize the death spiral to show who limits speech the most.
How does the world map change if it gets assembled based on the size of economies, in ascending order of GDP or GDP per capita?
Where are the happiest, least happy, and fastest improving countries worldwide? We've broken down this annual ranking by region to answer that question.
Since 1830, there have been four major waves of U.S. immigration - and this unique video depicts the influx of immigrants as rings in a tree...
What contributes to happiness? These charts break down global happiness scores - how does your country fare, and how has it changed over ten years?
How do different college degrees compare for earning potential? This chart uses a data set from 1.2 million past students to compare 50 different majors.
Our impact on the planet has been profound. Today's graphic visualizes this human footprint by looking at population density, roads, undersea cables, and more.
This unique network map of 3,200 air traffic hubs is a new way to visualize connectivity between the world's population centers.
Bill Gates has amassed over 150 nonfiction book recommendations on his blog. We've visualized and analyzed that list through this set of graphics.