Greatest HitsStunning data visualization examples from across the web created with Tableau Public.
The International Human Rights Instruments aim to promote and protect human rights. In this visualization, Ellen Blackburn takes a look at the extent to which United Nations member states have either ratified, signed, or failed to take action since 1966.
Poland largely depends on coal as an energy source, despite public health and climate change concerns. Facing a growing reliance on Russia for its energy supply, Poland has made energy diversification an issue of national interest.
Pollution from coal plants can be damaging to our health; breathing in particulate matter from coal emissions can result in chronic bronchitis, asthma, and even premature death. In this visualization, Anna Dzikowska takes a look at the harmful effects of coal plant emissions in the EU.
Steph Curry has a popcorn problem. For this #MakeoverMonday project, Samo Drole used polar area charts to visualize Steph Curry's "power rankings" of the popcorn offerings at all 29 NBA arenas.
A triple-double occurs when a basketball player reaches double-digits in three stat categories (most commonly: points, rebounds, and assists).
The European Union Emissions Trading System (EU ETS), established in 2005, puts limits on companies' allowed carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions. These companies are able to buy and sell their emission allowances, creating the world's first major carbon market.
Avengers Assemble! In this #VOTD, Jade Wimpey visualizes data on the superhero dream team. Explore the viz to see each character's status, length of service, and comic book appearances.