I’m pretty partial to food topics and this week Charlie chose an ‘excellent’ viz very much in need of a
Here’s a viz about what’s been taught at University of California
For this week’s #MakeoverMonday challenge, Charlie chose a chart from ‘Our World in Data’ on Live Satisfaction vs GDP per capita.
This week we launched the Visualize Gender Equality campaign #Viz5 and we are starting with a heavy topic: violence against women and girls and the perception of women and men towards violence being justified.
On a Monday morning here in London, the topic of sleep seems pretty appropriate, I have to admit, because getting enough sleep between various work and life commitments (and choices) can be a struggle.
For week 8 I chose a dataset from the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, looking at homelessness statistics and, more particularly, the outcomes of specialist homelessness services.
For this week’s #MakeoverMonday challenge, Charlie chose a terrible chart that is in desperate need of a makeover.
A few weeks ago, someone shared a viz from the Washington Post with me that showed how much of ‘your’
For week 5, Charlie picked an interesting dataset, stemming from a survey of Brits on how they voted in political elections as well as their opinion on James Bond actors and how open they are to a future Bond being female, gay, of ethnic minority origin or non-British.
This week #MakeoverMonday is collaborating with Bridges for Prosperity, supporting them to tell more effective stories with data about the amazing work they do.