Where german parties can rely on their voters

    In this interactive map we visualized the results of each constituency as soon as the first results were coming in. Additionally, you can do a quick analysis to see where Germany has shifted to the right, who came in second or where the race was particularly close.
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      Where german parties can rely on their voters

      The evaluation of all german general elections since 1990 shows the communities in which the parties have always achieved their strongest results - and the factors that make up these strongholds.
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        This is where Germany votes for the right-wing

        It's a common assumption that mostly in Eastern Germany people vote for right wing parties. To show the development over the last years, we created an interactive map that shows the results of elections on a highly detailed level. To give deeper insights, the visualisation differentiates between extreme right and right populist parties.
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          Who will win the European Championship?

          The NZZ Oracle is a data-driven application that was created for the European Championship 2016. Based on different parameters that can be set by the user, the app creates a prediction for the possible outcome of the tournament. The algorithm for the calculation of the result can be found on github.
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            This is how Swiss universities are influenced by third parties

            A lot of universities in Switzerland maintain relationships to third party influencers. This visualisation shows all the links between universities and professors to companies. It gives an overview about the relations in each university and detailed information about each connection.
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              Berlin’s new Skyline - Where the city grows in height

              To show how fast Berlin is growing, we created an interactive 3D map of the city. It let's you explore the plans for new buildings and gives you an idea of how Berlin will change. Also, you can go on a time travel through the capital and compare the skylines of 1990, today and the future.
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                How noisy is your neighbourhood?

                The noise level in some parts of Berlin is designated hazardous to health. In this project we created an interactive map of the city that shows where the noise level is particularly high at a glance. It also provides additional information about the different sources of noise such as road traffic, public transportation and airplanes.
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                  Native and New Berliners

                  Berlin is a city that is constantly growing and changing, mostly because of the people who live there. To show where Berliners really come from and how this has changed over the last years, we created a set of visualisations that give comprehensive insights and information about the capital's diverse population.
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