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Tag: graph

Your graph for the day: “Life satisfaction” plotted against “nerds” or “most people.”

Seems about right.

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By Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal.

These chromatic mathematical figures by @simoncpage are gorgeous to behold

Damn, these are pretty…

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Outstanding work by Simon C Page (a.k.a Rare Minimum), and available as cards for purchase. Via Fresh Photons.

Snakes on a (mathematical) plane

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By ~bananagram, via IFLS.

This pie chart pretty much says it all…

By James Lawrence Powell.

Globally relevant infographics via the Olympic Rings.

Gustavo Sousa “uses the five colorful rings, representing each of the five continents taking part in the games every four years, to display a series of informative graphs about the world we live in today. The topics range from general facts like the world’s population to staggering statistics that reveal the ratio of people living with HIV, as symbolized by the size of the circle representing their continental location. Key: Blue is Oceania (Australia and its proximate islands); Yellow is Africa; Black is Europe; Green is Asia; Red is the Americas.”

By Gustavo Sousa, text via My Modern Met.

Kitchen Venn Diagram with Eggs, Milk, and Flour

With some modifications, this might make a great “recipe” card (i.e. you include the amounts, as well as other things like crepes, etc)

By Stephen Wildish.

The “Have to Pee” versus “Have to Sneeze” Graph.

Via Imgur.

Venn Diagram of Facial Hair

By Tim Easley (flickr link), via Hey Oscar Wilde!.

The “How long it took me to color these bars” bar graph. #funny via@BenGreenman

Via I Love Charts and Ben Greenman

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