Experiments, Interactive, New Scientist, Portfolio, Video


08.01.09 | 2 Comments

Here’s a healthcare multimedia/interactive story that I helped put together. It all started when Peter Aldhous and Jim Giles found a bunch of healthcare data from the OECD and Dartmouth. We’ve been drooling over Gapminder lately, so we decided to have a go.

Peter and Jim analyzed the data and wrangled them into the charts. I shot and edited the whole thing and helped make the interactive part behave. Here’s to a “fact-based worldview.”

Check it out on the New Scientist site.


Interactive visualization of OECD healthcare data from 1960 to 2007.

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