Evasium Flux - Notes tagged with flowingdata
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Tracking what happens to police after use of force on protestors

Tracking what happens to police after use of force on protestors
Sean Sean 2 August, 2020
You’ve probably seen the videos. ProPublica is tracking to see what happens after: ProPublica wanted to find out what happens after these moments are caught on tape. We culled hundreds of videos to find those with the clearest examples of officers appa...
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Wearing masks and infection rate

Wearing masks and infection rate
Jetcy Jetcy 31 July, 2020
Studies suggest that wide adoption of masks can reduce the spread of the coronavirus. A meta-analysis by Ali Mokdad and his research group at the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation estimates at least a 30% reduction and up to 50%, which can lea...
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✚ how to make a customized excess mortality chart in excel

✚ how to make a customized excess mortality chart in excel
Sean Sean 30 July, 2020
About Projects TutorialsCoursesBecome a Member | Log inTutorials  /  Excel By Jorge Camoes Show current evolution against expected historical variability and add one or more series that could account for the difference. Displaying expected versus actu...
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Understanding covid-19 statistics

Understanding covid-19 statistics
Sean Sean 26 July, 2020
For ProPublica, Caroline Chen, with graphics by Ash Ngu, provides a guide on how to understand Covid-19 statistics. The guide offers advice on interpreting daily changes, spotting patterns over longer time frames, and finding trusted sources. Most imp...
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Gaps between black and white america

Gaps between black and white america
Sharper Sharper 25 June, 2020
New York Times Opinion compared several demographics, such as unemployment and income, between majority-black and majority-white neighborhoods in the United States. They come back to the zipper chart technique where the dots start together and then se...
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They were us.

They were us.
Sean Sean 31 May, 2020
About Projects TutorialsCoursesBecome a Member | Log inInfographics  /  coronavirus, front page, New York Times This is The New York Times front page for Sunday, May 24, 2020.FavoritesFamous Movie Quotes as Charts In celebration of their 100-year anni...
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Florida data manager fired over transparency of covid-19 data

Florida data manager fired over transparency of covid-19 data
Jetcy Jetcy 20 May, 2020
Rebekah Jones, GIS manager for the Florida Department of Health, was fired a couple of weeks ago, apparently for making the state’s Covid-19 data more accessible and transparent. Florida Today reports on an email that Jones sent to researchers: She wa...
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Search trends during the pandemic

Search trends during the pandemic
Jetcy Jetcy 7 May, 2020
As you would imagine, what we search for online shifted over the past few months. The unknowns push information gathering. Schema Design, in collaboration with the Google News Initiative and Axios, broke down the main changes in search since January. ...
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Simulation of droplets while social distancing

Simulation of droplets while social distancing
Sharper Sharper 21 April, 2020
Using 3-D simulation data from the Kyoto Institute of Technology, The New York Times shows how droplets from a sneeze or a cough can spread in a space. In a nutshell, six feet is the recommendation while in public areas, but the farther you away you can...
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✚ wide view (the process 085)

✚ wide view (the process 085)
Jetcy Jetcy 21 April, 2020
The data might exist on a single page or in a single file, but there’s always more to it. Take a step outside for a better view. To access this issue of The Process, you must be a member. (If you are already a member, log in here.) Join Now The Proce...
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How to sew a mask, with a template

How to sew a mask, with a template
Sharper Sharper 13 April, 2020
The Washington Post provides clear instructions on how to sew your own mask. Download and print the template, attach elastic straps, and sew.
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Stay-at-home orders seen through decreased seismic activity

Stay-at-home orders seen through decreased seismic activity
Ellen Ellen 11 April, 2020
The pandemic has affected all parts of life, which can be seen from many points of view. For National Geographic, Taylor Maggiacomo and Maya Wei-Haas on the decrease in average ground displacement: Lulls in seismic activity have occurred in the past, g...
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Diy masks, balancing filtration and breathability

Diy masks, balancing filtration and breathability
Sharper Sharper 8 April, 2020
The CDC now recommends that you wear a cloth face mask if you leave the house. For The Washington Post, Bonnie Berkowitz and Aaron Steckelberg answer some questions you might have about making your own, including the chart above. You need material that ...
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Not making covid-19 charts

Not making covid-19 charts
Ellen Ellen 7 April, 2020
Will Chase, who specialized in visualization for epidemiological studies in grad school, outlined why he won’t make charts showing Covid-19 data: So why haven’t I joined the throng of folks making charts, maps, dashboards, trackers, and models of COVID...
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Animated map for total coronavirus deaths over time

Animated map for total coronavirus deaths over time
Sean Sean 7 April, 2020
For The New York Times, Lazaro Gamio and Karen Yourish use an animated map to show known total coronavirus deaths over time. The height of each triangle represents the count for a Core-Based Statistical Area. Let it play out, and New York almost spikes ...
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✚ useful distractions for chartmakers – the process 083

✚ useful distractions for chartmakers – the process 083
Sharper Sharper 2 April, 2020
Here are some useful distractions for you as you stay-at-home and wait for an unknown amount of time. To access this issue of The Process, you must be a member. (If you are already a member, log in here.) Join Now The Process is a weekly newsletter w...
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Simulating an epidemic

Simulating an epidemic
Sean Sean 30 March, 2020
3Blue1Brown goes into more of the math of SIR models — which drive many of the simulations you’ve seen so far — that assume people are susceptible, infectious, or recovered.
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Toilet paper calculator

Toilet paper calculator
Ellen Ellen 29 March, 2020
AboutMembership TutorialsCoursesBecome a Member | Log inData Underload  /  calculator, coronavirus, toilet paper By Nathan Yau Those who stored up on toilet paper until summer are probably set, but I suspect a good number of people are starting to run ...
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Poor comparison between two bar charts

Poor comparison between two bar charts
Sharper Sharper 29 March, 2020
A chart from Business Insider makes a poor attempt to compare the death rates, by age, for the common flu against Covid-19: The age groups on the horizontal axes are different, so you can’t make a fair side-by-side comparison. For example, the flu ch...
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Svg and css animations, without javascript

Svg and css animations, without javascript
Sean Sean 3 March, 2020
Andrew Wang-Hoyer built over 200 animations on and off over two years. They are satisfyingly hypnotic. They also only use SVG, CSS, and HTML, and you can get the code on GitHub. I feel like sans-JavaScript is becoming a thing. Is this becoming a thing?
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