London Economics— An interactive map of London that compares the economic features of London’s subdivisions, like job density.
London Population in 2001— A map of London that displays demographic features of London’s subdivisions.
World Map— This map of the world includes many political, social, and economic indicators for the year 2010.
Cartograms—World map is distorted by various variables, such as fertility rate, population, internet users and so on.
Inequality in the United States— This map is loaded with various indicators of inequality in the United States for the year 2013.
Grinnell College Map by Major— This map illustrates geographic distribution of majors declared at Grinnell College.
NYC Stop and Frisk Heat Map— This map visualizes data on both demographics and arrests directly related to the stop-and-frisk policy in New York City.
Cartogram of U.S. Population by State & Year— This map displays the United States, distorted by population.
Regression Model Builder— This interactive visualization allows the user to import their own data sets simulates the results of bi-variate regressions. Outputs include scatterplots, regression model (model, p-value, and adjusted R-squared)
Malthus-Condorcet Mathematical Model— An interactive calculator or that allows users to manipulate the components of the Malthus-Condorcet model of human population growth.
Simple Visualizations from the General Social Survey— This page contains several simple visualizations of various factors of discrimination and attitudes on certain subjects over time.
Marriage Rates by Education— This interactive graph compares marriage rates and degree level by gender from 1976-2012.
Graphs showing the effects of race and gender on economic variables such as unemployment and income can be found via the economics page. The Health and Medicine category also includes information about the effects of race and gender.
We the People Data Explorer — This allows topical and keyword searches petitions submitted the White House’s We the People site.