Reflecting more than 1 million deaths in Massachusetts since 1999, the data reveals troubling differences among groups: income and race make a difference.
The PuddingWe worked with @GlobeSpotlight on their recent investigation into how inequality manifests in death -- check out our contribution here, where we visualize 20 years of data on death in Massachusetts
This is the third installment of a multi-part series designed to help you familiarize yourself with the tools used to make visual, data-driven essays.
The PuddingThree years ago we started a how-to series aimed at helping people create data-driven, visual stories. And TODAY, we're finally giving you the last installment! Check out Part 3 of How to Make Dope Shit: Storytelling.
An analysis of 2,000 books and how body parts are described, by gender.
The PuddingCurl up with a good book and you're likely to read about women with "soft lips" and men with "broad shoulders." Women often are reduced to their sexuality—men to their strength. We examined 2K books to see how authors describe men's/women's physical traits pudding.cool/2020/07/gender…pic.twitter.com/3evlTo6JMV
Tracking the popularity of cultural figures in 2018.
The Pudding🌟 New Project 🌟 The media spotlight shifts regularly, highlighting some celebrities for a brief moment in time while illuminating others for longer stretches. We visualized this shift using daily @Wikipedia traffic data