Month: April 2021

Making Fewer Choices – The Process 133

Hi, Welcome to issue #133 of The Process, the newsletter for FlowingData members where we talk about…

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GDP and vaccination rates

For The New York Times, Keith Collins and Josh Holder look at the relationship between country wealth…

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Rise of a variant in the U.K.

As you likely know, there are coronavirus variants around the world. Reuters mapped the spread of the…

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✚ How to Make Ternary Plots in R, with ggplot2

When you want to compare between three parts of your data, ternary plots might be a good…

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Exploring your Google search history

Search history can say a lot of about a person, like where they’re going, where they want…

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Guess who the neighborhood voted for

NYT’s The Upshot has a quiz that puts you in a neighborhood via Google Maps images. Who…

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Make the Ever Given get stuck anywhere

The Ever Given got stuck in the Suez Canal. It was refloated. So now you can use…

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Steer through the Suez Canal

To better understand the challenge of steering a giant container ship through the Suez Canal, CNN made…

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Analysis of color names used with makeup

For The Pudding, Ofunne Amaka and Amber Thomas looked at shades, words, and numbers used to describe…

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What if a giant banana was orbiting Earth

yeti dynamics imagined if a giant banana were orbiting Earth from the same distance as the International…

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