U.S. Per Capita Consumption of Poultry and Livestock

Hi Guys, Thank you all for appreciating my previous blog on Tableau and JS series- Part 1. Do you know how the consumption of Poultry and Livestock in U.S. varies from 1960 to now?  MakeoverMonday, which is one of my favorite platform for social data projects has published one project on Poultry and Livestock consumption in… Continue reading U.S. Per Capita Consumption of Poultry and Livestock


The World as 100 People

The world population has now reached 7.5 billion people. In 2006, only 1 person out of 100 would have had a college education-- today that number has jumped to 7. Source:- , makeovermonday week 48 If the World were 100 PEOPLE: 50 would be female 50 would be male25 would be children There would be 75 adults, 9… Continue reading The World as 100 People


American Teens’ Favorite Apps

Snapchat is American teens' favorite social media app — and Facebook can't be happy about that Source:-   What can be improved in this visualization:- Logo for each help will definitely makes it more attractive. color of bar can be as per color of the brand to make more specific to that particular app. As… Continue reading American Teens’ Favorite Apps


Sustainable Cities Mobility Index

Cities and their policymakers face enormous pressures as they seek to meet today’s mobility challenges. As rapid urbanization, aging infrastructure, population growth and climate change continue to challenge our world’s cities, those that choose to make bold moves in advancing and diversifying their urban transport systems will gain a competitive advantage –- we see that… Continue reading Sustainable Cities Mobility Index


Global Life Expectancy Since 1960

The statistic “Life expectancy at birth” actually refers to the average number of years a newborn is expected to live if mortality patterns at the time of its birth remain constant in the future. In other words, it’s looking at the number of people of different ages dying that year, and provides a snapshot of these… Continue reading Global Life Expectancy Since 1960


Public Holidays around the world

It's a bank holiday tomorrow. Praise by. But the UK only has eight of the joyous day each year (New Year Holiday, Good Friday, Easter Monday, May Day, Late May Bank Holiday, August Bank Holiday, Christmas Day and Boxing). That does not compare favourably with most other nations (indeed, Jeremy Corbyn recently sought to woo… Continue reading Public Holidays around the world


Adult Obesity in the United States

According to the most recent data, adult obesity rates now exceed 35 percent in five states, 30 percent in 25 states, and 25 percent in 46 states. West Virginia has the highest adult obesity rate at 37.7 percent and Colorado has the lowest at 22.3 percent. The adult obesity rate decreased in Kansas between 2015… Continue reading Adult Obesity in the United States


Snow fall – Whistler,BC,Canada

Climate Normals and Averages are used to summarize or describe the average climatic conditions of a particular location. At the completion of each decade, Environment and Climate Change Canada updates its Climate Normals for as many locations and as many climatic characteristics as possible. The Climate Normals, Averages and Extremes offered here are based on… Continue reading Snow fall – Whistler,BC,Canada


Restricted Dietary Requirements Around the Globe

WHAT’S IN OUR FOOD AND ON OUR MIND -INGREDIENT AND DINING-OUT TRENDS AROUND THE WORLD Nearly two-thirds of global respondents (64%) say they follow a diet that limits or prohibits consumption of some foods or ingredients, and the rates are even higher in certain regions. More than eight in 10 African/Middle Eastern respondents (84%) say… Continue reading Restricted Dietary Requirements Around the Globe