The Words That Are “Most Hip Hop”
Using math to rank words that are central to artists’ vocabularies.
Are Pop Lyrics Getting More Repetitive?
The Unlikely Odds of Making it Big
How Robert Glasper sampled Miles Davis on “Ghetto Walkin”
The 2,452 Wikipedia Pages on which Miles Davis is Mentioned
How Music Taste Evolved
Crowdsourcing the Definition of “Punk”
The Most Succesful Labels in Hip Hop
Using Spotify to Measure the Popularity of Older Music
The Largest Vocabulary in Hip Hop
Outkast, in Charts
The Most Timeless NBA Plays
How Russell Westbrook Can Average a Triple-Double
Do NBA Refs Favor the Home Team?
NBA Last Two Minute Report
Twenty Years of the NBA Redrafted
Using Historical NBA Data To Rank the Most Unlikely Comebacks
Newspapers: A Black & White Issue
Listen to Her: Gender on This American Life
She Giggles, He Gallops
‘The Office’ Dialogue in Five Charts
Table for One
Analyzing the Gender Representation of 34,476 Comic Book Characters
Free Willy and Flipper by the Numbers
Analyzing Plot Trends for Every Top-Grossing Film from the Past 50 Years
Bias, She Wrote
The Timing of Baby Making
What City is the Microbrew Capital of the US?
The Geographic Divide of Oscars Films
The Emergence Of Slang, Using Search Data
An Interactive Visualization of Every Line in Hamilton
The Largest Analysis of Film Dialogue by Gender, Ever
Hollywood's Gender Divide and its Effect on Films
How far is too far? An analysis of driving times to abortion clinics in the US.
Mapping the cities and places with the worst access.
How to Make Dope Shit Part 1: Working with Data
This is the first installment of a multi-part series designed to help you familiarize yourself with the tools used to make visual, data-driven essays.