The beautiful peace atlas resizes countries according to their peace index rating – the more peaceful countries are larger. This is displayed across a modified world map. It is nice to see my country, New Zealand, so large on a world map.
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Congratulations to Spain for winning the Football World Cup. The Netherlands certainly had their chances; Robben should have won the game with a one-on-one with the keeper. Still, Spain deserve their victory.
Here is my final Word Cup tracker. I have varied the line widths according to the goals scored. This really shows that Spain never dominated this contest even though they always looked assured in the games.
Very interesting look at the changes Britain made during the 13 years under New Labour. You can use the stats either for or against, but I think that they show on the whole that the UK is in a better place than they were in 1997.
The report is well laid out in a nice grid pattern with simple graphs and diagrams.
Here is the penultimate update to my Football World Cup tracker. Once again I got a finalist wrong after Spain completely dominated Germany to advance. It is great that this world cup will be won by a team never to have won it previously. This should now settle the debate as to which country is the best never to have won, with whichever team losing on Sunday sadly taking that crown. I personally am backing Spain to add the World Cup to their European title.
A few changes to the tracker sees the goal scorers added to each game, and inspired by Bruno Maag, the type set in different weights of Univers instead of Helvetica.
Click on the image to see it full sized.
Brilliant infographic by Michael Deal for Umbro showing the ebb and flow of each game at the Football World Cup. Each team is shown with passes represented by thin verticle lines, triangles for shots and circles for goals. You can quickly see when each team had the ball, how good their passing was, and how often they shot at goal. One refinement I would suggest is colour coding the shots to show which were on target.
Here is an update to my World Cup tracker and predictions following the dramatic quarter finals. The results meant a large rejig of my predictions as Brazil and Argentina, my two finalists, were knocked out. The German’s are looking extremely impressive, although I think the Dutch may be able to match them.
Another nice poster showing the Football World Cup results, currently with a prediction.