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The three finalists were determined during the Iron Viz Qualifier Contest earlier this year. Their entries are displayed in the Tableau Public Viz Gallery here on this wall.
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Governments around the world are relying on data now more than ever to develop public policies and make informed decisions. Dive into this visualization to see how "Business & Decision Spain" is tracking the spread of COVID-19 in Brazil.
This visualization by Wendy Shijia looks at 470 pieces of artwork by the famous Dutch artist M.C. Escher, categorized by creation date and type of style.
It's no surprise that wine is the most popular drink in Italy, but what about other countries? In this visualization, Jess Walker takes a look at alcohol consumption around the world.
How many shows did you binge-watch during quarantine? In this visualization, Judit Bekker analyzes her streaming habits over the course of three weeks spent at home.
According to the World Bank, the Women, Business and the Law (WBL) Index, composed of eight indicators, "tracks how the law affects women at various stages in their lives, from the basics of transportation to the challenges of starting a job and getting a pension." In this #MakeoverMonday visualization, Yobanny Samano looks at the WBL index scores for 190 countries.
From Boxing Day to Kwanzaa, there are hundreds of holidays celebrated by people around the world. In this visualization, Ivett Kovacs takes a look at the holidays recognized and celebrated by those of various religions, cultures and more.
This visualization by Pradeep Kumar G shows how often people use Google to search for the names of different soccer stars, tracking each players’ popularity over the years.
Ever wonder who's talking in your favorite movies? Using an analysis of the dialogue in 2,000 screenplays, this visualization by Bo McCready compares the number of lines spoken by male and female characters in some of the world’s most popular films.
In the 2011-2012 La Liga season, soccer superstar Lionel Messi scored a record-breaking 50 goals. This visualization by Harry Cooney shows how each of those goals came about.
There are over 1 million buildings in New York City, dating back to the early 1700s. In this map-themed #IronQuest submission, Kate Schaub visualizes each building's year of construction.
In this viz sending him to the Iron Viz 2020 Championship, Simon Beaumont uses data from the United Nations Development Program to analyze the development of countries around the world.
In this viz from the 2020 Iron Viz Qualifier Contest, Christian Felix analyzes the relationship between Social Capital and the spread of COVID-19 in the United States. Don’t miss Christian in this year’s 2020 Iron Viz Final!
Did you know that 38 out of 88 constellations have their roots in mythology? Brush up on your star-gazing skills and take this visual tour of the galaxy to learn about each one.
In the United States, 13.7% of babies born to Black mothers are born at a low birth weight. Explore this #ProjectHealthViz visualization by Agata Ketterick to learn about disparities in low birth weight by race and ethnicity.
Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) is a violation of human rights. Explore this #MakeoverMonday visualization by Priya Padham to learn how the organization Hope for Girls and Women is helping protect women from FGM in Tanzania.
This dashboard by Deloitte shows several different indicators that can be used to track the health of the economy during the current COVID-19 crisis.
As more wrongful convictions are reversed in America, more data about exonerations have become available. Using data from the National Registry of Exonerations, JR Copreros visualizes exonerations by race, state, type of crime, and more.
How often do meteorites hit the earth? Explore this visualization by Anjushree B V to learn about the history of meteorite landings around the world.
Did you know that 75% of the world's spices are produced in India? Explore this visualization by Meera Umasankar to learn about the production and trade of these highly sought-after spices.
American rapper Travis Scott signed his first major-label record deal in 2012. This viz by Zainab Ayodimeji takes a closer look at his discography, the popularity of his song tracks, and the characteristics of his music.
Did you know Vietnam ranks 5th among the world's countries in terms of rice production? Learn more about the Mekong Delta and rice production in this #IronQuest viz by Thi Ho.
Which apps do you use when working from home? In this visualization, Sebastián Soto Vera shows how much time he spends using various apps during a day of working from home.
Singapore National Day is celebrated annually on August 9th in commemoration of Singapore's independence from Malaysia in 1965. Dive into this visualization by Marc Reid to learn about the holiday and the country's history.
Kimly Scott has spent a total of 256 days abroad. This visual travel diary tracks every trip she’s been on, including the year, type of travel, and destination.
Consumer research firm SPATE uses AI technologies to track how consumer behavior is changing. In this visualization, they show how the beauty industry was impacted during the lockdown.
Of the 275 members that make up the Parliament of Ghana, only 36 are women. Check out this collaborative visualization by Maureen Dzifa Awumee Quist and Lawer Akrofi to learn about the lack of female representation in Ghana’s 7th Parliament.
As part of the #Viz5 initiative to Visualize Gender Equality, this #MakeoverMonday viz by Ng Ying Xue takes a look at obstetric fistula, a highly-preventable condition that sadly still occurs in places with poor access to healthcare.
For top-grossing movies between 2010-2019, 21% of the cast and crew were people of color. Explore this viz by Autumn Battani to learn more about diversity in the film industry over the past decade.
A recent survey by Encore Musicians found that 64% of UK musicians are considering leaving the music industry. In this dashboard, Ellen Blackburn visualizes the various impacts of COVID-19 on musicians across the UK.
Music popularity may change, but it still carries memories and emotions with people. Explore this viz by Robert Janezic to see how the popularity of music genres have changed over time.