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New York's Bike Sharing Scheme, Visualized

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New York's Citi Bike scheme has been up and running for a couple of months now—which means there's a glut of data available to analyze. This interactive New Yorker viz shows how the bikes were used every 15 minutes between June 8th and July 8th.

It does look a little chaotic, but there are some interesting trends in there. You can make out stacks of commuters in the week—especially toward the Financial District—and longer slower journeys at the weekends. Most fun, though, as Verge points out, is the mass migration westward before the July 4th fireworks on the Hudson. What else can you see?


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Visualizing 100 Years Of Climate Data

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What does 100 years worth of climate data look like when rendered in an interactive, color-coded map? A continental tug-of-war between red (for heat) and blue (for cold), as seasons come and go and cold air replaces the warm.

The infographic is the work of data visualization studio Halftone, whose principals originally pursued the idea of making a map to visualize data about coffee production against key environmental factors, like temperature and precipitation.


"Our goal with this project was not to facilitate precise analysis, but to expose how every single month produces a unique and beautiful artwork through our Voronoi tessellated approximation of a heat map," write the creators. "The underlying map of satellite imagery and major geographic features adds a second layer for exploration."


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