This animation / visualization is a simpler and faster version of the longer animation below. Find info about how it is made and sources in the previous post.
This animated graph (data-visualization) shows the development of the weekly, COVID-19 incidence (infected per 100.000) in 9 different age-groups in Denmark in the period from week 1 to 45 in 2021. Info on the graph is in Danish! ‘Uge’ means ‘week’. If you think that it is too slow, you can drag it to week […]
Another* forgotten and overlooked, brilliant female scientist from the 20th Century: Marie Hammer (1907-2002) was a Danish zoologist, who – by her extensive collections and studies of microscopic tics named Oribatides and Collemboles – finally confirmed the theory of continental drift, formulated by Alfred Wegner in the early 20th century . The theory of continental […]
I have recently made this explanatory animation about Herd Immunity for the Australian and New Zealand Society for Immunology. The video can also be seen on the homepage of ASI.
Infographics can be used for many different purposes – one of them is to visualize data. Here, I have used data from IPCC (https://www.ipcc.ch/report/ar5/wg3/) to generate a special variant of a circle diagram showing how the different economic sectors contribute to the total, global emissions of greenhouse gases.
WHY is it painful to eat strong chili peppers? Chili peppers contain the compound CAPSAICINE, which binds to a receptor named TRPV1 in nerve cells. This receptor is not only activated by capsaicine, but also by heat (temperatures about 43° C). Our sensory system is thus tricked to think that we eat or drink something […]