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The German Robert-Koch-Institute (RKI) is the legal basis for self-isolation in Germany. If somebody stayed in an international area that is declared as a Covid-19 risk area by the RKI in the last 14 days and arrives to Germany, the person is required to go into quarantine for 2 weeks. However, the RKI only offers its risk area data as a basic text list. I turned this into world map visualization that scrapes the data from the RKI website every hour.
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The Kit War
The interactive data story The Kit War analyzes the apparel sponsorships of the top 700 football teams around the globe for the last 30 years. Together with prototype data visualizations it tells a story that concentrates on the two big players on the market: Nike and Adidas. Who wins this battle?
One Line, One Community (?)
One Line, One Community (?) is my contribution to the Data Visualization Society (DVS) Survey Challenge 2019. An interactive data visualization using only a single continuous line!
A snail chart is a variation of a bar chart that alters the orientation of each bar to create a spiral look.
A path chart is a variation of a line chart that can display both single instances as well as the overall trend of data.
One Line – One Map – One World
A world map that connects, not divide. Drawn with only one continuous line this map symbolizes that we should all work together to make this world more livable.
List of interesting interactive maps
From the road network of the Roman Empire to a heatmap of world news: This list gives you an overview of interesting interactive maps worth exploring.
Flags of US Cities
Can you identify these US cities by their official flag? Names of the cities inside the flags are removed...
Calling for vexillology experts! This quiz is all about flags...of FORMER countries. Can you name them all?
Can you identify countries only by the distribution of their largest cities?
Cities changing their look constantly. Can you identify the cities shown in these historical drawings?
So you are a map expert? Then challenge yourself by naming rivers all over the world only by their shape.