Fiona McGroarty

Fiona McGroarty

Fiona McGroarty
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Average Strikes per Square Kilometre per Year. Earthquakes? Employees striking (why would that be per kilometre?). It's not clear what the 'strikes' are. Also, the map is not centred where we'd usually expect - does that make it a bad graphic??

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 Divided Into 7 Regions, Each with a Population of 1 Billion. Nice, simple, easy to read graphic that shows the information clearly.

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!

The 3D height effect is a nice idea to add a dimension but the result is not easy to read. From the visual.ly blog.

A bivariate chloropleth map is a variation of chloroplath map that strives towards illustrating a particular map though graphics that use.

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)

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)

Cheese? Pie?

Cheese? Pie?

A comparison of rugby playing populations

"Rugby Player Numbers" chart for the Rugby World Cup 2011

A nice example of the periodic table, based on actual abundances of elements.

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.