Posts tagged infographics

The most popular band names (at least those touring through London)

The most popular band names (at least those touring through London)

How much does a pizza cost in the city where you live?  The answer may depend on the neighborhood you live in.

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Every dress worn by Best Actress Academy Award winners

via thebloomsdayreport:

via The Hairpin

Jay Z’s most mentioned brands, by album

Jay Z’s most mentioned brands, by album

6 reasons this infographic is just wrong enough to sound convincing…
via rosscott:

I did the design work on this, and Zach did the writing and stuff.
(via Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal)

6 reasons this infographic is just wrong enough to sound convincing…

via rosscott:

I did the design work on this, and Zach did the writing and stuff.

(via Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal)

Fox has a history of misleading graphics, but this one is really skewed towards their anti-government program biases. Charts this bad don’t happen by accident. 
via mediamattersforamerica:

Let’s break down everything that is wrong with this.
The chart uses a shortened y-axis to make the number of people on welfare look 5 times as large as the number of people with jobs. 108.6 is not five times bigger than 101.7. 


The figure for the “people on welfare” includes anyone in a household where one member participated in a means-tested program. The figure for people with a full-time job is only individuals who worked. 
Many people who receive federal benefits also work—6.4 million households where someone works also receive food stamps, for example. 

Fox has a history of misleading graphics, but this one is really skewed towards their anti-government program biases. Charts this bad don’t happen by accident. 

via mediamattersforamerica:

Let’s break down everything that is wrong with this.

  1. The chart uses a shortened y-axis to make the number of people on welfare look 5 times as large as the number of people with jobs. 108.6 is not five times bigger than 101.7. 
  2. The figure for the “people on welfare” includes anyone in a household where one member participated in a means-tested program. The figure for people with a full-time job is only individuals who worked. 
  3. Many people who receive federal benefits also work—6.4 million households where someone works also receive food stamps, for example. 
Some things to keep this holiday season in mind for that guy who seems to have everything, or just that person you’re not sure what to buy for them…

Some things to keep this holiday season in mind for that guy who seems to have everything, or just that person you’re not sure what to buy for them…

Infographic: How to win an Academy Award in acting

Infographic: How to win an Academy Award in acting