From the FT: Simple popups with summary economic statistics for each country. Not a very interesting or useful visualization (nothing visual; can’t easily compare countries)
The FT takes a graphic look at a number of currency trends (dollar/euro, carry trade, commodity currencies, the renminbi, and a trade weighted exchange index). [the links on the below images all go to the same interactive tool]
From the Financial Times. Click on pictures for roll over details. Filter with the controls on the bottom.
Interactive tool for grasping what the G20 has said, and done, over the last three summits.
In depth G20 coverage from the FT is available here.
Maps of operational reactors, those under construction, planned, and as a percent of total electricity:
I’ve been tempted to steal this design many times. it’s a nice way to present mostly qualitative information for a large number of countries – and people understand it intuitively.
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