The Periodic Table of Commodity Returns (2012-2021)
Companies Gone Public in 2021: Visualizing IPO Valuations
Prediction Consensus: What the Experts See Coming in 2022
This Infographic Breaks Down Careers In Finance, From Hedge Funds to M&A
How Every Asset Class, Currency, and S&P 500 Sector Performed in 2021
A Visual Guide to Profile Picture NFTs
The Companies that Defined 2021
The World’s Biggest Startups: Top Unicorns of 2021
Ranked: The World’s Most Popular Social Networks, and Who Owns Them
Visualizing the $94 Trillion World Economy in One Chart
How Central Banks Think About Digital Currency
The Richest Women in America in One Graphic
Ranked: The Best and Worst Pension Plans, by Country
Visualizing How COVID-19 Antiviral Pills and Vaccines Work at the Cellular Level
Mapped: The Most Common Illicit Drugs in the World
Visualizing The Most Widespread Blood Types in Every Country
Pandemic Recovery: Have North American Downtowns Bounced Back?
Ranked: The Most Prescribed Drugs in the U.S.
Ranked: Nuclear Power Production, by Country
Mapped: Solar Power by Country in 2021
Visualizing the Race for EV Dominance
Ranked: The Largest Oil and Gas Companies in the World
Mapped: 30 Years of Deforestation and Forest Growth, by Country
This Clever Map is a Window into 19th Century New York City
The Problem With Our Maps
Mapped: Countries by Alcohol Consumption Per Capita
Visualizing the Abundance of Elements in the Earth’s Crust
Rare Earth Elements: Where in the World Are They?
The Top 10 Biggest Companies in Brazil
Visualizing Global Per Capita CO2 Emissions
Visualizing the Accumulation of Human-Made Mass on Earth
A Deep Dive Into the World’s Oceans, Lakes, and Drill Holes
The early 1800s were a time of rapid change in New York City. This map shows the city in 1836, alongside the modern day metropolis.