The Visual.ly Olympics

The Visual.ly Olympics

With the beginning of the 2012 Summer Olympics in London, we’ve seen a huge influx of visualizations focused on the Olympic Games. Along with a blog post featuring some Olympic Infographics, we’ve decided to create a category especially for Olympics visualizations.

Browse more Olympics infographics.

With a truly international team here at Visual.ly, we all enjoy a little friendly competition between our home countries. We definitely contribute to the positive emotions in Emoto 2012, and we’d like to fill the category with more visualizations like it.

Browse more data visualizations.

We’re looking to fill the category with some really great visualizations, and we’d love your submissions. We’ll be watching the category for great submissions, some of which we will feature right here on the blog, with their own... keep reading

Health Data Visualization Contest Winners

The Visual.ly Health Data Visualization Contest is over and the vote is in! If you missed it, rest easy — there will be more Visual.ly contests! Without further ado, here are the winners: 1. Dana Ng squeaked into first place with this great static infographic about cancer: Cancer Anyone? The graphic tells a great... keep reading

45 Ways to Communicate Two Quantities

Back in 2010, I was giving a workshop on interactive data visualization in Lima, PerĂº, discussing whether a dataset has a unique or at least an ideal way to be visualized. For a simple data structure — a list of some hundreds of numbers, for instance — around half of 20 participants were convinced... keep reading