Jack Hagley, a London-based infographic designer, has produced a chart laying out a whole range of global data, arranged on a simple premise: what the world would look like if it were represented by 100 people. via The Washington Post
Protestant Christianity Infographics Credits goes to Chris Ross at Venngage.com
Values survey. Using data from the World Values Survey (WVS), professors Ronald Inglehart of the University of Michigan and Christian Welzel of Germany's Luephana University comprised this amazing Cultural Map of the World.
From "Information Graphics" by Sandra Rendgen (via Brain Pickings) -- 'Two Mindsets,' Stanford, magazine article, Data Source: Carol Dweck: 'Mindset: The New Psychology of Success', Design: Nigel Holmes
This infographic gives a basic understanding of the displacement of Syrians. It shows the large numbers who have fled or been displaced along with their needs to survive. It also shows a couple countries that are providing this support to Syrian refugees.
Do you know the third most common language in your state?