And then there is a dataset about poo. Who would have thought? But sometimes we need something as ordinary as that to keep things from getting too serious :-).
We’re looking at what countries spend on Research & Development, data which is provided by the UNESCO Institute for Statistics.
A look at maternity leave at full pay in different countries across the world.
Andy actually did it: he pulled Basketball data on me! But hey, all good, we all have to occasionally work with data we know nothing about.
This dataset found its way to me through some sponsored content on an Australian news website recently and I thought the topic was really interesting.
What a tough dataset Andy picked for this week. As much as I enjoy a good dig around the data, I do value my sleep and I’m missing out because I’m trying to make sense of this data.
A couple of weeks ago, Sarah Bartlett shared a link to the viz we’re using for this week’s makeover, looking at property prices for selected cities.
Unlike some people’s ‘stuck in traffic’ commute, my daily 12min ride to work is just long enough to put a fresh glow on my cheeks in the morning and mess up my freshly blow-dried hair into a mix of wind-swept and helmet-hair.
Following on from last week’s ecological footprint dataset, in week 18 we are tackling the very important and topical issue of Bee Colony Loss.
This week’s dataset looks at the ice extent of the Arctic and Antarctic Sea and comes from the National Snow and Ice Data Center.