PISA based Wealth Comparison How do families live these days? OECD's comprehensive world education ranking report, PISA 2009, was published in December of 2010. All participants of the test (fifteen-year-old pupils) completed a questionnaire about their living situation at home. ZEIT ONLINE analyzed and visualized this data to provide you with a unique way of comparing standards of living in different countries. Click on any icon to see further details.
This post presents several experiments (piked between a total of more than 20 generated artifacts) that map 1534 vehicles, during October 2009 in Lisbon, leaving route trails and condensed in one single day.
Chromaroma is a game that shows you your movements and location as you swipe your Oyster Card in and out of the Tube.
It connects communities of people who cross paths and routes on a regular basis, and encourages people to make new journeys and use public transport in a different way by exploring new areas and potentially using different modes of public transport.
The Birmingham Civic Dashboard receives a report of the requests that come in from members of the public for services from Birmingham City Council each day. It then produces a number of visualisations of that data, such as showing them on a map
Sensory Journeys (2009-10) was a one year project by the artist Christian Nold, commissioned by Sustrans the UK sustainable transport charity. The project involved Christian Nold & Sustrans Bike-It team working closely with four schools in Bristol on a series of creative workshops that took place in and out of school.
Multimodal Shortest Path Tree of Bay Area, Graphserver will return an itinerary between any two connected vertices, even if the itinerary is absurd. In this case traveling by bus and foot from downtown Seattle to deep within the foothills of the Cascade Mountians involves an eight-hour hike from one of the most remote bus stops in the county.
This interactive piece helps us visualize the differences of opinion between the audience and critics and attempts to map the financial success of a movie to its ratings. The wonderful data-set curated by David McCandless and his team spans over the last five years in Hollywood cinema and contains information on more than 600 movies.