Click to see the motion graphic, which shows everyone who immigrated to the United States between 1820 and 2013 (1 dot = 10,000 people).
Another one from npr. The title is potentially ambiguous, but it’s how much money the district spends on each student, not how much each student spends. Very interesting, visual article.
This recent Bloomberg article has a series of interactive visualizations comparing the tax rates across states. Scroll to the bottom for a comprehensive snapshot of tax burdens as a function of income. Below is a (truncated) breakdown:
There’s a lot of interesting ones if you look closely. From fastcodesign
A visualization of harmonic relationships as explained by John Whitney. Click the image to see and hear the animations: