Yellow kittens and green robotrucks: the gender gap in children’s clothes

Anyone who has shopped for children's' clothes online or in person in major brands has had to make the choice. Boy or girl? There is no room for middle ground or wavering. Make your choice and move on, we already made the rest of the choices for you and your kid. Trucks are for boys, … Continue reading Yellow kittens and green robotrucks: the gender gap in children’s clothes

10 most influential data visualizations of all times

1. Geography by Ptolemy, AD 150 Claudius Ptolemy a Greek scientist, developed a treatise on cartography, containing detailed, innovative maps of the world based on the knowledge accumulated in the Roman Empire. It was highly influential on later works in cartography and the geographical knowledge in Europe and the Middle East as well as modern cartography. … Continue reading 10 most influential data visualizations of all times

Visualizing the elections: a deeper look at polls data

This is not an attempt to predict the outcome of the elections the world's eyes are on right now. I have been proven wrong before and abandoned this endeavor since. But I could not walk by publicly available data from a national poll and not mine it for more insights. The reports in the media … Continue reading Visualizing the elections: a deeper look at polls data