Visualisations

The 9 pages that I, in my great wisdom, have decided have something to do with ‘Visualisations’. Whatever that is

  1. How do Covid cases in Iceland compare to Britain?

    Data

    Looking at the seven-day rolling rate of new cases per 100,000 population in Iceland and the United Kingdom

  2. What if it were our city?

    Maps

    What impact would the Fat Man atomic bomb, dropped on Nagasaki in 1945, have on modern-day Reykjavík?

  3. Which planet is closest to Earth?

    Visualisations

    The BBC’s Sky at Night programme said our nearest neighbour is Mars but one viewer disagreed. Was he right? Let’s find the answer using Python and R

  4. The rise and fall in support for British political parties

    Visualisations

    How the distribution of the popular vote has been shared between Britain’s main political parties since the 1950s

  5. From village to city: the evolution of Reykjavík

    Maps

    Using open data to track 140 years of growth in Iceland’s capital city

  6. How Antonin Scalia compared with other Supreme Court justices

    Visualisations

    Charting the swing vote in the US Supreme Court, and finding a flaw in the New York Times while we’re at it

  7. The story of 2015’s Kexreið

    Visualisations

    Sixty riders jostle for position in a 30km criterium around Reykjavík’s city centre

  8. Who came second in the British general election?

    Maps

    Britain’s voters are more diverse than the election results suggest

  9. The world’s top 100 universities, visualised

    Maps

    See how the world’s best institutions compare