Discover Europe with your senses
Chapter 1: View
Take the data-pincels &
Portray "Europe" in 5 dimensions
5 data-pincels to play with:
1. The CO2 impact (in tons per people): color.
The more CO2 impact the more orange color spread
2. Population (in million people): density of lines.
The more people the more lines
3. Land (in million Km2): width of the line.
The bigger the land, the wider
4. Age Median (in years): grey color scale.
The older the population the whiter
5. Happiness (score from 1 to 10): round shape.
The happier the rounder shape
How big Europe is?
Set your answers with the 5 cursors
and your answers will generate a data-portrait of Europe
Gallery of Data Portraits
Translating world regions data into a painting.
And comparing the portrait of each region we learn (insights) :
Europe is getting older (=greyer) and could be the father of Africa, the youngest region (=blacker color).
The US are the happier (=round shape) but also with the biggest Co2 impact (=strong orange shadow).
Russia, big territory (=wide shape) but few people (=few lines).
The Arab world with strong density of people (=lots of lines).