World map showing frequency of lightning strikes, in flashes per km² per year (equal-area projection), from combined data from the Optical Transient Detector and data from the Lightning Imaging Sensor.
The world has roughly 7 billion people, and each color on this map represents a part of the world where 1 billion people reside. Red and orange, which contain China and India, are pretty tightly packed!
Vizualize me – a visual CV website. Sample CV shown – the CV is actually much longer but this gives an idea of the information that can be presented visually. (http://vizualize.me/herlifeinpixels#.T6uGW8XLmT5)
Elements According to Relative Abundance A 1970 periodic table by Prof. Sheehan of the University of Santa Clara that claims to show the elements according to relative abundance at the Earth’s surface.