A hand photograph superimposed with “micrographs of cultured biofilms” — green are those resistant to antimicrobial treatment and red are those that have been “vanquished”.
Certainly gets the point across!
I have often admired images like these, and I think it’s pretty cool how you can tell how long the exposure is from the length of the trails (“The stars complete one full rotation in 24 hours, or 15 degrees every hour”) as well as get a sense of the earth spinning over time.
Organizing the text by extracting keywords and paragraphs over the 13 years. Interesting to see how attitudes on HIV/AIDS have changed as we know more scientific information about it.
Interesting and funny visualizations on what people say/mean when they are late.
Check out all the graphics here: http://www.thebolditalic.com/articles/6650-six-charts-that-explain-late-flaky-people
Vox does an interesting video that illustrates the efficiency of different methods of boarding. Despite being a frequent flyer who is jaded by the boarding process, I have always wrongly assumed that the back-to-front method was efficient.
And though I’m not personally a big fan of United, it seems to have a more efficient boarding method implemented than most major airlines. Aside from using animations to illustrate the different boarding methods, it also visualizes some other factors of flying that have changed throughout the years.
As an educator, I care about dropout issue. This visualization created for UNESCO Institute of Statistics and UNICEF shows out-of-school children issue, which usually in tedious report-format, in a quantified and engaging way!
It brings together the latest statistical findings on out-of-school children across Africa, Asia and the Arab states.
We can explore animated illustrations and interactive data to see how multiple barriers are preventing millions of children from entering or completing school!
Check out the link here: Out-of-School Children
A visualization of the daily routines of famous creative people including Picasso, Voltaire, and Freud. The information is based on documentation of their lives and represented in an interactive information graphic. It is based on the content of this book: http://knopfdoubleday.com/book/198763/daily-rituals/
Pretty interesting map of twitter hashtags and locations during the President’s State of the Union: