posts tagged 'wfa'

world freedom atlas: how to hide your best work

I’ve been very happy with the response to my World Freedom Atlas. But I’ve felt since early on that some of its coolest functionality may be hidden behind an overly minimal interface. And it desperately needs a help system.
Take the bivariate choropleth view and legend. This ability to compare two governance-related variables, [...]

the world freedom atlas: a geovisualization tool for world statistics

The World Freedom Atlas is a geovisualization tool for world statistics. It was designed for social scientists, journalists, NGO/IGO workers, and others who wish to have a better understanding of issues of freedom, democracy, human rights, and good governance. It covers the years 1990 to 2006. It began as a final project for Professor [...]