Data Visualisation and Infographics



ChartsBin is a web-based data visualisation tool that allows one to create visualisations of one’s own data. The portal also provides access to existing and user-generated data visualisations across several categories, viz. countries, drugs and crime, economic, education, energy, environment, food and agriculture, health, immigration, infrastructure, information and communications technology, people, population, religion, social, society, sports, tourism and work.


Climate Progress Dashboard

The Climate Progress Dashboard monitors 12 indicators to show the progress being made towards decarbonising the global economy.

Gap Minder


Gapminder addresses misconceptions about global development and promotes sustainable global development via the provision of web-based data visualisation tools that allows users to explore various global statistics (social, economic and environmental development) at local, national and global levels.

Google Books

Google Books Ngram Viewer

The Google Books Ngram Viewer portal is an online search engine that charts the frequencies of any set of comma-delimited search strings using a yearly count of n-grams found in Google Books sources printed between 1500 and 2008.

Atlas of Economic Complexity

The Atlas of Economic Complexity | The Observatory of Economic Complexity

The Atlas of Economic Complexity is a data visualisation tool that allows one to explore global trade flows across markets, track these dynamics over time and discover new growth opportunities for countries. The Atlas places the industrial capabilities and know-how of a country at the heart of its growth prospects, where the diversity and complexity of existing capabilities heavily influence how growth happens. The tool can assist determining what countries import and export, how trade has evolved over time, the drivers of export growth, which new industries are likely to emerge (and which disappear) in a given geography and what the gross domestic product growth prospects of a country are in the next 5-10 years.


How Much

The How Much portal provides access to money-related visualisations, mostly for the United States.

Our World in Data

Our World in Data

Our World in Data brings together data and research on the significant, long-run trends reshaping the world. The portal consists of interactive data visualisations and summaries of the scientific literature for selected topics. The entries include health, population growth, education, culture, violence, political power and human rights, war and peace, material prosperity and poverty, technology, food and hunger and humanity’s impact on the environment.

Population Pyramid

Population Pyramid

The Population Pyramid portal provides access to interactive population pyramids of the world back to 1950 using United Nations data.



Raconteur is a media company based in the United Kingdom that aims to produce high-quality journalistic outputs. The portal provides access to infographics and special reports across several economic and social areas (not just the United Kingdom).


StatCounter GlobalStats

The StatCounter GlobalStats portal provides data and interactive charts for the ‘tech’ industry, including the Internet, social media and digital platforms.


The Pudding

The Pudding portal allows one to visualise global population growth and decline over time using a Google Earth-type tool.

Visual Capitalist

Visual Capitalist

The Visual Capitalist portal provides access to data visualisations related to global trends (money, markets, technology, etc.)