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Our New Book “SIGNALS” is Fully Funded!



Last week marked the final opportunity to get involved in helping us publish our second ever Visual Capitalist coffee table book, “Signals”!

Here is the campaign video we released on Kickstarter:

We are happy to announce the book made and exceeded its funding goal, and is now going ahead. Thank you to everyone who supported the campaign!

For those that missed out, there is still an opportunity to support us as we create the book. To do this, you can pre-order the book from the Visual Capitalist Store.

“SIGNALS” Hardcover Book (Pre-order)

We’re excited to get started — thanks again for your help!

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“This book is amazing. It takes very complex concepts and visualizes them with very clear and thoughtful graphics. The subjects are interesting and current.”

— Review of our first book, “Visualizing Change”

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The Best Visualizations of February on the Voronoi App

We round up the most popular, most discussed, and most liked visualizations of the month on Voronoi, our new data storytelling platform.



At the end of 2023, we publicly launched Voronoi, our free new data discovery app!

The initial response from both users and creators has been incredible. We now have millions of in-app views, and there are already hundreds of interesting visualizations to discover, many of which will not be published on Visual Capitalist.

For that reason, we’ve chosen to highlight some of the most popular visualizations and creators from February in this roundup. To see them and many others, make sure to download the app!

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Let’s take a look at a popular creator worth highlighting, as well as the most viewed, most discussed, and most liked posts of the month.


Pranav Gavali

Visual Capitalist isn’t the only creator on the Voronoi app.

Instead, it features incredible data-driven charts and stories from many of the world’s best creators, like Pranav Gavali.

Pranav's visualizations on Voronoi

Pranav has been sharing many interesting datasets on Voronoi so far, including:

  • The world’s largest aircraft makers
  • The cost of a gigabyte of data in different countries
  • The countries with the highest and lowest corporate taxes
  • The largest solar power plants

Pranav is definitely worth a follow on the app, and we can’t wait to see what he posts next!

View all of Pranav’s visuals on Voronoi today.


GDP Growth Projections for the G20 in 2024

How are the world’s biggest economies expected to do in 2024?

GDP Growth Projections for the G20 in 2024

This visualization from Visual Capitalist was one of the most viewed by users, and it shows where global growth is happening in some of the world’s most crucial economies.

Interestingly, just three economies (India, China, Indonesia) sit above the average rate of 3.1%.

Get the data behind this visual on Voronoi today.


Panama Canal Traffic by Shipment Category and Tonnage

The most commented on visualization from Visual Capitalist showed annual traffic through the Panama Canal, and how it breaks down by shipment category and tonnage total.

Panama Canal Traffic by Shipment Category and Tonnage

Various developments, including the Houthi attacks in the Red Sea, have led to a recent spotlight on shipping choke points around the world.

Users wondered if similar visuals for the Suez Canal are in the works, while other users remarked that it was unique to use ship illustrations to chart the data in this instance.

To join the conversation, download Voronoi today.


Global Uranium Reserves

The most liked visual on Voronoi in February came from Visual Capitalist, showing the world’s uranium reserves.

Global Uranium Reserves

The data here is pretty interesting. Australia has the most reserves of uranium, yet only ranks in fourth place in global production.

Meanwhile, Kazakhstan ranks second in reserves, but is the world’s biggest producer by far with a 45% share of global production.

Get the data behind this visual on Voronoi today.

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