A heat map from UNESCO about the gender gap in science around the globe shows relative equality in parts of South America and Central Asia, and relatively higher inequality in countries like India, France, Germany, and Japan, which is quite surprising that women make up less than a third of researchers in some of these world’s science leading countries.
Meanwhile, the map only presents portion of the situation as it does not reflect the women status in science field in countries like United States, Australia, China.
In conclusion, the map does reflect that the world is not all the same.
How many deaths have been caused by gun crimes? It is not surprising gun violence in the U.S. is a serious problem without easy solution, we still have to pay attention and have a wider scoop for this issue, so here we share an interactive U.S. map, which is created by Slate, for presenting the phenomena.
The map displays deaths caused by gun since the murder 20 children and seven adults in Newtown on December 14th. You can mouse click the bubbles on the map and see details in the information box, which is below the map, and then mouse click each “human” icon for detailed descriptions.
The crowdsourced interactive map is incomplete that you can help is by providing more information in your community to Slate with a link to the news report at email@example.com.
Do you wanna know which US states have the most homicides in which guns were used? Here is an interactive heat map that displays which state has the most murders that cause by firearms in 2012. Click on the regions to see the bar chart and details.
According to the latest report from Wealth-X and UBS, there are more rich people in the world than ever before, and number of those “ultra-rich” person is growing particularly quickly in the U.S.. Here is a heat map for showcasing states that you are most likely to meet those rich person.
From the heat map, you can see that Wyoming had the highest number of ultra-rich people per capita of any state in 2012.
Here is a custom Google Map that showing violence hot spots of domestic abuse in Orange, Australia. Polygons in various colors represent non-domestic assault and domestic assault that based on the data between April 2012 to March 2013.
Click on the above image ,and mouse click the polygons to get detailed figures.
According to the International Monetary Fund (IMF) report that was released this month, we have created a multi-level world map to display the unemployment situation across the world in 2012. Click on the continent, and then select the countries to see the details.
We simply took the unemployment data to create the maps, and you can get more details from the full report. The maps just give you a glimpse about the status of the labor market, which cannot reflect the full economic picture of the country as other elements are also needed for the consideration, e.g. GDP, consumer price index (CPI), political situation.
Overall, we can still discover the rapid economic growth in Asia, especially China and SouthKorea, where had lower unemployment rate with higher GDP.
Meanwhile, we should pay attention to Spain and Italy due to the hazardous unemployment rate.