A waiting simulator to take out some of the guesswork. Read More
Every year, we look at the medal counts of each country. Who’s winning? It depends on how much value you place on each medal.
Every time we book a flight, a Passenger Name Record is generated and saved by an outdated system, which links to private travel data.
Mikaela Shiffrin won her first gold medal in PyeongChang with a fraction of a second lead. In events where athletes race side-by-side, it’s easier to see how close such a lead is.
This is fun. It’s a fantasy map generator with the following rules: Project goal is a procedurally generated map for my Medieval Dynasty simulator.
One of my least favorite electrical engineering courses in college was on signals and communications.
When you have input to send Congress, you have a number of communication options available to you: phone, email, social media, etc.
If you’re looking for some data to play with, FiveThirtyEight just made it easier to download their data and code.
Well this is awesome. The New York Times highlighted four olympians with a mix of video and graphics: figure skater Nathan Chen, alpine ski racer Mikaela Shiffrin, snowboarder Chloe Kim, and snowboarder Anna Gasser.
You know those graphics that use icons of people to represent units or counts of people? The Wee People font by Alberto Cairo and Scott Klein makes it easier to use such icons on the web.
After living expenses, where does the money go, and how does it change when you have more cash available?
Well this is awesome. The Winter Olympics start this Friday, and The New York Times published this piece using augmented reality.
Professional tennis player Roger Federer won his 20th Grand Slam title recently. He’s in year 20 of his career, and over time, he rose, he dominated, he declined, and he came back.
The Wallace–Bolyai–Gerwien theorem says that if you have two polygons of equal area, you can cut one into pieces, and then place them back together to form the second piece.
Odds are if you’re reading this, you know what statistics is already, but if not (or you want to explain to someone else), Crash Course just started a series to explain the basics.
FiveThirtyEight asks, “There’s a lot of complaining about gerrymandering, but what should districts look like?
Musician Kaki King’s daughter suffers from a condition (Idiopathic Thrombocytopenic Purpura) where her body attacks her own platelets, which leads to spontaneous bruising and burst blood vessels.
Also known as waffle charts. Using animated transitions between values, you can allow for comparisons between categories.
Last year, fitness tracking app Strava released a high detail map of public activity data. Looking more closely, security student Nathan Ruser noticed activity in various parts of the globe that revealed secret US army bases.
We love complete and nicely formatted data. That's not what we get a lot of the time. Read More