Charted: The Dipping Cost of Shipping
The Biggest Global Risks of 2023
Prediction Consensus: What the Experts See Coming in 2023
The U.S. Stock Market: Best and Worst Performing Sectors in 2022
Top Heavy: Countries by Share of the Global Economy
Infographic: 11 Tech Trends to Watch in 2023
Ranked: The Top 50 Most Visited Websites in the World
Timeline: The Most Important Science Headlines of 2022
Mapped: The Most Innovative Countries in the World in 2022
The $16 Trillion European Union Economy
Visualizing $65 Trillion in Hidden Dollar Debt
Ranked: The World’s Wealthiest Cities, by Number of Millionaires
U.S. Inflation: How Much Have Prices Increased?
Visualizing Currencies’ Decline Against the U.S. Dollar
Visualizing the Composition of Blood
Visualizing the Relationship Between Cancer and Lifespan
Explainer: What to Know About Monkeypox
Visualizing How COVID-19 Antiviral Pills and Vaccines Work at the Cellular Level
Mapped: The Most Common Illicit Drugs in the World
Visualizing U.S. Consumption of Fuel and Materials per Capita
Visualizing China’s Dominance in Battery Manufacturing (2022-2027P)
The Periodic Table of Commodity Returns (2013-2022)
Mapped: Biggest Sources of Electricity by State and Province
Mapped: The Population of India’s States Compared with Countries
Mapped: Which Countries Have the Highest Inflation?
All of the World’s Spaceports on One Map
Map Explainer: The Caucasus Region
Mapped: The 3 Billion People Who Can’t Afford a Healthy Diet
Visualizing 25 Years of Lithium Production, by Country
Ranked: The World’s Largest Copper Producers
All the Metals We Mined in 2021: Visualized
A Visual Crash Course on Geothermal Energy
Ranked: The World’s Top Cotton Producers
Visualizing Mismanaged Plastic Waste by Country
Visualizing Changes in CO₂ Emissions Since 1900
During its heyday, the Black Death wiped out roughly 50% of the world’s population—making it one of the deadliest pandemics to date.
This graphic looks at how long vaccine development has historically taken for pandemics dating back to the 1900s.
The history of pandemics, from the Antonine Plague to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) event, ranked by their impact on human life.