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DATA VISUALIZATION

 

   World Shipping Container Traffic  Project exploring the impact of the proposed Nicaragua Canal  Interactive map shows the flow of containers from land to sea and vice versa. Circles show the top 20 ports worldwide, scaled by volume of container traffic. Lines show global shipping voyages for 2007.  Sources:  World Bank ,  World Shipping Council ,  National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis

 

World Shipping Container Traffic

Project exploring the impact of the proposed Nicaragua Canal

Interactive map shows the flow of containers from land to sea and vice versa. Circles show the top 20 ports worldwide, scaled by volume of container traffic. Lines show global shipping voyages for 2007.

Sources: World BankWorld Shipping CouncilNational Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis

   GDP Per Capita in Latin America and Caribbean  Project exploring the impact of the proposed Nicaragua Canal  D3 Line graph comparing how Nicaragua fares against its closest neighbors in economic development over the years.  Source:  World Bank

 

GDP Per Capita in Latin America and Caribbean

Project exploring the impact of the proposed Nicaragua Canal

D3 Line graph comparing how Nicaragua fares against its closest neighbors in economic development over the years.

Source: World Bank

   Human Development Index for Western Hemisphere Countries in 2013  Project exploring the impact of the proposed Nicaragua Canal  D3 bar chart comparing the Human Development Index of countries in the Western hemisphere. Nicaragua is the second lowest before Haiti.  Source:  United Nations Development Programme

 

Human Development Index for Western Hemisphere Countries in 2013

Project exploring the impact of the proposed Nicaragua Canal

D3 bar chart comparing the Human Development Index of countries in the Western hemisphere. Nicaragua is the second lowest before Haiti.

Source: United Nations Development Programme

   Network graph showing connections within United States Senate  Class project  Network visualization depicting connections within the United States Senate.  Source:  Govtrack.us

 

Network graph showing connections within United States Senate

Class project

Network visualization depicting connections within the United States Senate.

Source: Govtrack.us

   Gender Pay Gap  Class project  D3 Scatterplot showing differences in pay between men and women.  Source:  United States Bureau of Labor Statistics

 

Gender Pay Gap

Class project

D3 Scatterplot showing differences in pay between men and women.

Source: United States Bureau of Labor Statistics

   Oakland Mayoral Race Live Election Results  Live election resulst scrapper on Oakland North website  Built a scraper and D3 visualization to pull live mayoral ranked choice voting results to Oakland North on election day.  Source:  Alameda County Registrar of Voters

 

Oakland Mayoral Race Live Election Results

Live election resulst scrapper on Oakland North website

Built a scraper and D3 visualization to pull live mayoral ranked choice voting results to Oakland North on election day.

Source: Alameda County Registrar of Voters

   Seismic Hazards in the Continental United States  Class project  Leaflet map showing earthquake risks in the United States.  Source:  United States Geological Survey

 

Seismic Hazards in the Continental United States

Class project

Leaflet map showing earthquake risks in the United States.

Source: United States Geological Survey

OAKLAND's domain awareness center  Infographic showing how a proposed surveillance system in Oakland, California would work. 

OAKLAND's domain awareness center

Infographic showing how a proposed surveillance system in Oakland, California would work.