Nobel Prize Winners

Between 1901 and 2016, the Nobel Prizes and the Prize in Economic Sciences were awarded 579 times to 911 people and organizations. The Nobel Prize is an international award administered by the Nobel Foundation in Stockholm, Sweden, and based on the fortune of Alfred Nobel, Swedish inventor,...

Green Buildings

LEED, or Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, is the most widely used green building rating system in the world. This visualization is a collection of LEED certified buildings documented by the US Green Building Council.

The MET Collection

The Metropolitan Museum of Art presents over 5,000 years of art from around the world for everyone to experience and enjoy. The Museum lives in three iconic sites in New York City—The Met Fifth Avenue, The Met Breuer, and The Met Cloisters. Millions of people also take part in The Met experience...


Cleveland Museum of Art Collection

The Cleveland Museum of Art is one of the most comprehensive art museums in the world. This visualization shows more than 61,000 artworks from the museum’s collection via its Open Access API.

The Lifespan of News Stories

Cooper Hewitt Collection

The Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum’s diverse collection, spans thirty centuries of historic and contemporary design.

Catching Tigers and Flies

Missing Migrants

This data is sourced from the International Organization for Migration. The data is part of a specific project called the Missing Migrants Project which tracks deaths of migrants, including refugees , who have gone missing along mixed migration routes worldwide. The research behind this project...


This visualizations displays data on ARCADE issues from 1981 to 2018. ARCADE is a Seattle-based organization that publishes content on architecture and design.

ARCADE Articles

This visualization displays ARCADE issues broken down by article topics and authors. ARCADE is a Seattle-based organization that publishes content on architecture and design.

Four Star Charities

The visualization derives data from the Charity Navigator website, organizing 3,288 four star rated charities by various categories.

Open Data Sources

How The World Has Changed

The multivariate data visualization famously presented by Hans Rosling of the Swedish “fact tank” Gapminder during his TED talk titled “The Best Stats You’ve Ever Seen” in 2006. It shows life expectancy, income, and population for all countries in the world from 1800 to 2015.

TED Talks

This dataset contains information about all TED talks until September 21st, 2017, including number of views, number of comments, descriptions, speakers and titles, downloaded from the official website.

Fish Species of the World

Bird species across the world, along with their red list status. Data and images come from

Bird Species of the World

Bird species across the world, along with their red list status. The images come from Wikipedia.

UW Design 2017

Twitter-active Legislators of US

By Hamza Akbar | Feb 1, 2019

Nowadays most of the people rely on the information they get from social media, understanding this news agencies and politicians spread ideas through social media like Twitter, In this insight, you can see that only 23 out of 539 legislators are not ... Read more

Simpsons Seasons US Views by Episodes

By Hamza Akbar | Feb 1, 2019

Although Season 6 is the most popular season of Simpsons worldwide, It seems like among the US viewers, season 2 got the most views, here you can also view the total views of a season divided to individual episodes.

Countries with Top Ranking Universities

By Hamza Akbar | Jan 13, 2019

According to the Times Higher Education World University Ranking, the United States has the highest number (64) of top ranking universities in the world, second to the United Kingdom.

First Generation Pokemon by Type

By Hamza Akbar | Jan 13, 2019

Pokémon 151 is a dataset of the first-generation Pokémon basic and evolved types/species with their photographs. Most of the Pokemon in the first generation Pokémon were of water type, second to that are the normal type pokemon which are the most bas... Read more

MoMA Artworks by Country

By Hamza Akbar | Jan 13, 2019

The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) acquired its first artworks in 1929, the year it was established. Today, the Museum’s evolving collection contains almost 200,000 works from around the world spanning the last 150 years. The collection includes an eve... Read more

Commute Time, Kids, and Life Balance

By Hamza Akbar | Jan 13, 2019

Respondents were asked to rank their Life-Work Balance on a scale of 1 to 10 (lowest to highest). This view compares that with the Commute Time (Journey to work and back home again) to visualize what that looks like. It turns out that those who hav... Read more

Marvel Characters - Infinity War Timeline

By Hamza Akbar | Jan 4, 2019

Here is a timeline view of the Marvel Event Infinity War which has also been made into one of the biggest Marvel film production.

Marvel Characters by Events they Appeared In

By Hamza Akbar | Jan 4, 2019

Here is a pie chart with each slice showing the number of characters that appeared in an event. While most of the characters are not specified, it appears that "Fear Itself" has the biggest collection of Marvel character appearances.

Marvel Characters in "Fear Itself"

By Hamza Akbar | Jan 4, 2019

"Fear Itself" has the largest collection of Marvel characters. Here is a gallery of characters that took part in this event.

The Rise of Computational Modeling

By Hamza Akbar | Dec 29, 2018

Systems biology is the computational and mathematical modeling of complex biological systems. Whereas computational biology/Computational modeling is to use biological data to create algorithms and visual models to understand biological systems and r... Read more

Visualizing Immigration: Refugees and Asylum Seekers

#MassShootings on Twitter

One-Stop Job Centers: Who gets them, who gets left out?

Evolution of the Winter Olympic Games