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Data visualization -> 2010

What the tax extension means for you

Data visualization, 2010

An interactive data visualization by the Washington Post, to compare the US fiscal cuts following the different options considered before and after the mid-term election.

PRODUCTS OF SLAVERY

Data visualization, 2010

Gold, footwear, diamonds, cotton, garments, bricks, sugarcane, rice, cattle, shrimp, bananas, salt, corn, tomatoes, tobacco, coffee, pornography, cocoa, tea, fireworks, coal, rubber, gravel, carpets, etc.: products of forced and child labour. Where? Go in depth and take action.

THE WASHINGTON POST MOBILE APPS

Data visualization, 2010

Football, food, travel, books, movies, weddings and much more for iPhone e iPad (based on micro payment).

The presentation of the iPad app for The New Yorker weekly paper can also be of interest.

2010 Fall Books

Data visualization, 2010

A calendar of new fall titles, compiled by USA TODAY's book critics.

INVENTORY OF TRADITIONAL KNOWLEDGE TO COMBAT DESERTIFICATION

Data visualization, 2010

A prototype system developed thanks to UNESCO’s contribution. Today, while entire planet systems risk ecological collapse, Traditional Knowledge shows how to interact with the environment enhancing its resource potential without exhausting it. It is possible to consult a dynamic questionnaire based on the Iconographic classification System of Traditional and Innovative Techniques (SITTI) and  constitutes a guideline for the recognition and notification of new knowledge. The information (texts, graphics, photographs) is placed, through geo-reference, in a Geographical World Map System. Thanks to its study and classification activities, the Traditional Knowledge World Bank protects the rights of local communities who hold knowledge.

CHARTING INNOVATION AND R&D

Data visualization, 2010

This map indexes competition in research and development, and patenting capability. 22 years of history are considered with interesting results, including the growth of emerging countries. The map is a user-editable beta version.

BIODIVERSITY TREE

Data visualization, 2010

The database of the Natural Science Museum in Barcelona has collected, over 150 years, over 50,000 records relating to different species (mostly molluscs, vertebrates, and arthropods) from all over the world. The information is structured according to the Darwin Standard Bestiary, with a zoomable “treemap” with which you can access the database.

 
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