I knew it!
I knew it!
To the extent there can BE such a thing as an audio infographic, this is it.
A recent study in Science reported that some of the world’s oldest trees—most between 100 to 300 years old—are dying rapidly, in part because of climate change. This infographic (from 2010, but still relevant) shows the location of trees that are even older, and now at risk.
Want to hear more about really really old trees? We’ve got a story for you.
I’ve got a real soft spot in my heart for the US Census Bureau, so I was pretty thrilled to discover their Data Visualization Gallery. Useful info, beautifully presented, often interactive, and just fundamentally nifty.
Shark silhouettes. From Shadows in the sea, Chilton Books (1963), Philadelphia. Found here.
Yeah, we are really, really small.
Have you ever seen another infographic that features both Cher and C. Everett Coop? DIDN’T THINK SO.
Hi world! here comes the very first infographics for our Anatomy of Data blog. Enjoy!
You guys following Anatomy of Data? Looks like some good stuff happening over there.
The Wine Aroma Wheel, via Edible Geography.
Sewer history posters! Five bucks a pop, kids.
Please note that this is from a thesis project called OMG Space, possibly the best-named thesis project ever.
Really, really interesting layout. Looks like it could be the score for a piece of music.