Source: Niall McCarthy, Inequality At The 2015 Academy Awards By The Numbers [Infographic], Forbes.com, February 20, 2015, http://www.forbes.com/sites/niallmccarthy/2015/02/20/inequality-at-the-2015-academy-awards-by-the-numbers-infographic/. Oscar predictions are certainly gathering pace in the run-up to the 87th Academy Awards, taking place in Los Angeles tonight. Will Bradley Cooper walk home with the award for Best Actor? Why did the Lego Movie only get one […]

Source: John S. Kierman, Super Bowl XLIX By The Numbers, WalletHub.com, January 26, 2015, http://wallethub.com/blog/super-bowl-by-the-numbers/1589/.

Readers: I grew up a Big-10 fan. Most of my family either went to The University of Michigan or Michigan State University. I loved Bo-Woody football and still root for the Big-10 even though I have been living out in the Western region of the country my entire adult life. Bowl season has been painful for […]

Readers: I am in Portland, Oregon this week attending three data visualization workshops by industry expert, Stephen Few. I am very excited to be sitting at the foot of the master for three days and soak in all of this great dataviz information. Yesterday, was the first workshop, Show Me the Numbers which is based […]

Readers: I am in Portland, Oregon this week attending three data visualization workshops by industry expert, Stephen Few. I am very excited to be sitting at the foot of the master for three days and soak in all of this great dataviz information. Yesterday, was the first workshop, Show Me the Numbers which is based on Steve’s […]

How many Christmas cards are sent each year? Which states produce the most Christmas trees? What are some of the most popular Christmas traditions? This infographic, from the History Channel, looks to answer those questions and more.