Projects and Experiments by FlowingData
Here are the results of mild insomnia and a restless mind. Some projects are maps, some are interactive, and some are applications.
Growing usage for Firefox over the years.
Putting public data in print - because it looks way better on paper.
Jobless rate by county from 2004 to present.
Growth in television size over the years.
A graphical report on the state of the world using public data from UNdata.
A quick look at data from All Facebook on users, applications, and pages.
Looking for Global Agenda Councils that should work together.
Exploring gaps in health across demographic groups.
How has consumer spending changed in 30 years? Not that much, really.
Twitter was aflutter when President Barack Obama officially took the historic oath.
My first interactive map using Modest Maps. Walmart's spread has been described as a virus, cancer, wildfire, and the plague.
Second in the growth map series. Target's growth looks more opportunistic than organic.
Growth map of Ross. As seems to be common, there is slow growth in the beginning and then a sudden boom.
An open-sourced project that lets you create a live map of traffic to your site.
Recently popular things on social goal-setting site 43things.
A look at poverty rates between 1980 to 2007 according to the US Census Bureau.
Worldwide migration rates over time.
Fluctuations in gas prices over the years. In 1993, the national cost per gallon was $1.07.
Like Twittervision in concept, but a bit different aesthetically.
Twitter application that lets you collect data about yourself via direct messages.
Personal Environmental Impact Report to track carbon emissions and pollution exposure.
A platform to publish, share, and manage your sensor data.