Mapped: The Migration of the World’s Millionaires in 2023
Charted: Market Volatility at its Lowest Point Since 2020
Ranked: The Highest Paid CEOs in the S&P 500
The 25 Worst Stocks by Shareholder Wealth Losses (1926-2022)
The 25 Best Stocks by Shareholder Wealth Creation (1926-2022)
Who Owns the Most Satellites?
Visualizing Google’s Search Engine Market Share
AI vs. Humans: Which Performs Certain Skills Better?
Nvidia vs. AMD vs. Intel: Comparing AI Chip Sales
The Most-Viewed YouTube Videos of All Time
Visualized: How Long Does it Take to Double Your Money?
How Much Does it Take to Be Wealthy in America?
Mapped: The Richest Billionaires in U.S. States
Ranked: The Best U.S. States for Retirement
Timeline: Cannabis Legislation in the U.S.
Visualizing the Composition of Blood
Visualizing the Relationship Between Cancer and Lifespan
Explainer: What to Know About Monkeypox
Charted: The World’s Biggest Oil Producers
What Electricity Sources Power the World?
Ranked: The World’s Top Cobalt Producing Countries
Who’s Still Buying Russian Fossil Fuels in 2023?
How Big is the Market for Crude Oil?
The Incredible Historical Map That Changed Cartography
Mapped: The Deadliest Earthquakes of the 21st Century
Visualizing the BRICS Expansion in 4 Charts
Ranked: The World’s Largest Cities By Population
Visualized: Which Airports Move the Most Cargo?
200 Years of Global Gold Production, by Country
Charted: America’s Import Reliance of Key Minerals
Ranked: The World’s Biggest Steel Producers, by Country
Tracking Antarctica Sea Ice Loss in 2023
The Anthropocene: A New Epoch in the Earth’s History
Visualizing the Global Population by Water Security Levels
Which Countries Are Most Reliant on Coal?
Hotter Than Ever: 2023 Sets New Global Temperature Records
We visualize Earth’s history through the geological timeline to reveal the planet’s many epochs, including the Anthropocene.
A map of the Earth 20,000 years ago, at the peak of the last ice age, when colder temperatures transformed the planet we know so well.
This spiral timeline shows the events that led us to our modern world, from the Big Bang to the present.
This impactful hour glass visualization shows all of humanity, including the 7% of humans who are alive today