Is your local (U.S.) hospital more expensive than others? And how does its mortality rate stack up against others?
Hospital Costs [kitware.
The interactive visualization Men's Eights 1980 - 2012 [feathersquare.com] by Feather and Square provides a complete overview of the "Oxford Summer Eight" bump race results.
The political visualization Words & Votes [sandyhookpromise.org], developed by digital agency R/GA for non-profit organization Sandy Hook Promise, provides a comprehensive look into the opinions of congressional representatives on the issue of gun violence.
The movie shown below, developed by a real-time trading software developer Nanex, shows the stock trading activity in Johnson & Johnson (JNJ) as it occurred during a particular half a second on May 2, 2013.
L.A. Street QualGrades [latimes.com], developed by the Los Angeles Times Data Desk, maps the pavement quality rating for each of the 68,000 street segments in L.
The YouTube Trends Map [youtube.com] is a visualization of the most shared and viewed videos in various regions across the United States over the last 12 to 24 hours.
Bolides - Visualizing Meteorites [bolid.es] by data visualization designer Carlo Zapponi visualizes all historical occurrences of meteorites that collided with the Earth and were eye-witnessed when falling and hitting the ground.
Here is Today [hereistoday.com] by graphic designer Luke Twyman is a simple yet elegant timeline rendition that puts into context the different scales of time.
Waar is de Koning? [waarisdekoning.nl], which can be translated as "Where is the King", was designed by Interactive Design Agency Clever Franke to map the movements and activities of the crowds as they gather in the city of Amsterdam today.
Chesapeake Bay Grasses [chesapeakebay.net], designed by Stamen Design is an interactive map that tracks a quite exotic subject: the changes of the underwater grasses at Chesapeake Bay, the largest estuary in the United States.
The beautifully crafted app Connected China [reuters.com], designed by Fathom Information Design, tracks and visualizes the people, institutions and relationships that form China's elite power structure.
The impressive TweetMap ALPHA [harvard.edu], developed by Harvard University's Center for Geographic Analysis, is based on a dataset of about 95 million tweets, which can be dynamically queried by time, by location or by keyword.
7 Billion World [7billionworld.com] displays 7 billion people together on a single webpage.
Developed by Worldometers - which themselves were originally posted in the good year of 2005 -, the web page itself is generated through some small programming code, yet is claimed to be 1 mile (1.
Prime Explorer [bigblueboo.com], developed by a San Francisco-based software company called Mode of Expression, provides an interactive view of all the prime numbers ranging from 1 to 62,500.
Gender Balance [stefaner.eu] by Moritz Stefaner provides an eye-opening look on how well females are represented as speakers for conferences on data visualization, creative code and information graphics.
The simple yet persuasive interactive infographic accompanying the NYTimes article "For the Elderly, Diseases That Overlap" [nytimes.
The Speculative Sea Level Explorer by interaction designer Benedikt Groß investigates how the coastline and the territory of the world will be reshaped by a rise of the sea level due to Global Warming.
Metropolitain [metropolitain.io], developed by French data visualization studio Dataveyes, provides a dynamic 2D and 3D view on the hectic and feverish metro of the city of Paris.
The narrative infographic "Out of Sight, Out of Mind: A visualization of drone strikes in Pakistan since 2004" [pitchinteractive.
Has the income distribution changed over the last decades? How do the incomes of celebrities, CEOs and hedge fund managers compare?? The book "An Illustrated Guide to Income in the United States" [visualizingeconomics.