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Global Water Security

Created for the CSIS ChinaPower Project, this scrollytelling data visualization shows both global & country-level breakdowns of water security & access. It was built using d3.js and scrollama.

Graphic depicting 90% of China's population having access to at least basic water.

Tracking Activity in Space

Via a clickable walkthrough, users are shown how China is rapidly joining and catching up in the global space race in terms of both numbers of launches and amount of payloads.

The number of launches and payloads by China, the USA, Russia, and the rest of the world since 1957 are shown side by side.

Rise of Chinese Companies

This animated bar chart race built with D3 shows how the value of Chinese companies has quickly caught up to American companies since 2008.

A bar chart showing the total revenue of U.S. companies at $9.4 trillion dollars and Chinese companies at $7.9 trillion.

World Trade Organization Disputes

This visualizations allows you to explore the trade relationship between two countries through their disputes filed in the World Trade Organization. Each dot is colored according to whether the country was the complainant or respondent in a dispute.

A grid of dots, where each dot represents a dispute filed in the WTO. 65 dots involved China, with 21 colored with China as the complainant and 44 as the respondent.

Exploring the Global Innovation Index

Looking at the Global Innovation Index and across its seven pillars of innovation, this visual allows the user to compare the rankings of up to 5 countries.

China, the US, Singapore, Russia, and Japan are represented as bubbles on lines for each indicator in the Global Innovation Index. All countries rank highly in most indicators.

Internet Penetration Across China

Built with CSS Grid & D3, this small multiples cartogram shows the number of broadband and mobile subscribers across China's provinces over time.

Area graphs showing the number of subscribers in a Chinese province between 2011-2017, laid out in a grid pattern reflective of their geographic location.