Netflix by the numbers: Who’s watching what in which country
If you ask someone what they’re doing to pass the time during the coronavirus pandemic, chances are they will say they are watching something on Netflix. Who would’ve thought that this postal movie rental service would expand to become one of the biggest streaming services…
Terror attacks in the US: International vs. Domestic
The conversation about US terrorism centers mostly on attacks by foreign groups, specifically Al-Qaeda. But data shows that between 2011 and 2019, the US saw a surge in terrorism tied to domestic white supremacy groups and individuals. Explore this data visualization by Szu Yu Chen.
Your ideal Boston neighborhood finder tool
By Ha Ta There are more than 20 neighborhoods in Boston and each boasts its own distinct features and personalities. However, as someone who is new to the city looking for a place to live, this long list of neighborhoods can be quite frightening. Among…
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