Watch the commuting patterns of New York, San Francisco and Los Angeles.
A smart new visualization of what it really means to wait for the subway.
See the age-old dance of death and life in this simulation of how the world's overall population is always changing.
Fascinating context for the transit workers who may soon go on strike, again.
A clickable collection of booksellers, book locales, and Bay Area authors.
The United States and China eat the most meat, and poorer nations tend to subsist on cereals and starchy roots.
And other findings from a mobile app that tracks how people in different cities spend their time.
Visualizing the various digital divides in the city.
This could be the most detailed open-data map of urban gerontology in existence.
MIT researchers are working on a potentially massive public-access database of metrics like retail density and delivery frequency.
An animation of western expansion.
A new kind of skyline.
See how world cities stack up to each other -- in terms of the amount of books written about them.
In this unusual visualization, America's steady user rise is shown as a sea of swollen red discoids.
Telling encoded stories of politics, natural disasters and social movements.
What would you do if you had access to all available centralized data?
A clever data visualization of how we move through shared space.
In Instagram photos.
About 13,000 people were out riding shared bicycles across the globe this afternoon.