The adolescence period (from the onset of puberty until the mid 20’ies) is the most formative periode of life – and the brain is shaped by what it is being used for. In this animation, I try to explain how this is taking place. Scientific references in the end of the film.
I have made a short, animated explainer about the Omicron variant and how if diverges from the Delta (and other) variants of SARS-CoV-2. Watch it here. The data for the World map is from GISAID (www.gisaid.org), whereas all other information is from the research papers listed at the end as references.
This animated data-visualization shows the shift from delta (blue) to omicron (red) variant of concern of coronavirus in the EU / EØS countries of Europe. The incidence in the different countries are shown as height. All data are from European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (https://www.ecdc.europa.eu/en/news-events/weekly-epidemiological-update-omicron-variant-concern-voc-week-2-data-13-january-2022). https://youtu.be/hr8TZO48GQ0
I have made an animation, that compares the COVID-19 numbers (infected, hospitalized, tested) in Denmark week by week in 2020 and 2021. The image below shows the situation in week 52 in the two years compared. Follow the link to see the full animation in my LinkedIn post: https://www.linkedin.com/posts/ann-louise-bergstr%C3%B6m-4862bb3_covid19-datavisualisation-animation-activity-6884492825996668928-uKrF
Another animated 3D-graph over the COVID-19 incidence (confirmed cases per 100.000) in differet age groups in Denmark, week 1 to week 46 in 2021. Also including rates of hospitalization for the different age groups (also per 100.000 in age groups). Data source: Statens Seruminsitut, ssi.dk https://youtu.be/lZiIKWgR_QY
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.
I worry a lot about the climate changes and the loss of biodiversity on Earth. NASA have a lot of maps (based on satellite images) that show changes on the Earth. For instance, they have maps that show active fires year by year (back to year 2000). So I made this animation of the rotating […]
Inge Lehmann was a Danish seismologist and mathematician, who discovered that the Earth has a solid inner core. She did this through studies and calculations of the spreading of seismologic earthquake waves. She was an amazing woman, but despite her extraordinary talent and great findings, she is almost unknown in Denmark. First after she (in […]
It’s getting warmer… Since 1880, the average temperature on Earth has increased – how much, depends on how it is calculated. During the same period, the global sea level has increased with a rapid pace. Moving Science has made an animated visualization that shows the annual anomalies (thus, how much the average, annual temperature for […]