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Is your country "happy"? Using data from the World Happiness Index, Gwendoline Tan visualizes six different dimensions of happiness for 156 countries: low corruption, generosity, freedom to make choices, GDP per capita, healthy life, and social support.
Using NASA data spanning 1400-2013, Ellen Blackburn visualizes the number of meteorite landings, the average yearly mass of meteorites, and the distribution of meteorite landings across the globe.
Explore record-setting marathon speeds and times, and how past world record speeds compare to the speeds of recent years.
Explore this visualization by David Velleca to learn which last names are most common in your state. The three faces of each state-cube represent a different last name: the top is most common, the right is the second most common, and the left is third most common.
In this visualization, the USDA Economic Research Service helps us answer: are fresh fruits, vegetables, and grains more available now than they were in the 70's?
Iron Viz 2018 contestant Ludovic Tavernier visualizes a city's "weather memories" using a unique radial layout. Explore the visualization to quickly see the rain, wind, and temperature trends of different cities across the world.
Iron Viz 2018 contestant Corey Jones helps you find your ideal climate — or, where the "grass is greenest" — with this visualization. Interact to uncover where you might find your "green grass," then spin the globe to see all your options!