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Gapminder - 0 views

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    a free web service that provides various data and statistics related to different interesting topics and global issues. Gapminder was built to present a picture of the world using a unique approach to reading data. This website also aims to promote global development with the purpose of accomplishing the United Nations Millennium Development Goals.
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The World of 100 : Toby Ng Design - 1 views

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    If the world were a village of 100 people, how would the composition be? This set of 20 posters is built on statistics about the spread of population around the world under various classifications. The numbers are turned into graphics to give another sense a touch - Look, this is the world we are living in.
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Numbeo - 0 views

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    Numbeo is a collection of Web pages containing numerical data, designed to enable anyone to contribute or modify content. Numbeo provides statistical analysis of collected data, calculates various indexes using aggregate data and periodically publishes analysis of collected data.

    This site lets you compare cost of living between cities around the globe. The site currently holds data for 293 major cities worldwide, and presents you detailed reports reflecting prices in areas such as Market, Transportation, Utility, Rent Per Month, Buy Apartment Price, Salaries, Restaurants and Financing.
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Tasty Data Goodies - Swivel - 0 views

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    Swivel features more than 15,000 data sets for users to play with in various categories ranging from Economics to Health to Technology. From the data, users have created hundreds of thousands of graphs, charts and infographics, including the one below that visualizes the amount of rainfall in California since 1870. You can get started by copying and pasting your data or uploading an Excel spreadsheet or CSV file to the site. Once you've create your visualization, you can embed it anywhere on the web.\n
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Verifiable - 0 views

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    Verifiable allows users to upload, mash and visualize data. Verifiable just launched earlier this year and has fewer publicly available data sets, but it does offer greater flexibility on how the data is styled and presented. Graphic designers will appreciate the ability to change and tweak the presentation and add details like custom labels and shading. Verifiable is free to use if you keep your charts public, but also has a inexpensive pricing plan for those who want to keep their work private.\n
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Datamasher - 0 views

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    There are a lot of cool things about DataMasher: the available datasets, the community built around that data, the unique visualization tools, and the easy-to-use interface of the site. What is truly intriguing about the site is the way users take two different datasets and create visual hypotheses. For example, to visualize the Most Reproductive States (US), one user combined the number of US births witH population figures from the 2008 US Census.
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World Clock - 0 views

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    Online clock that along with the time, shows real time statistical info of the world. The info includes things like world population, birth, death, divorce, abortion, HIV, cancer incidence etc. You can view real time stats for one year, month, week and day.
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