This is an archive of animation of data that I found on web and have featured in my blog.
How Much Money Have Humans Created?
I have posted a flat infographic about this very topic before, but this is the same information presented in an animated video with a voice over. It certainly gives the information a heavier impression.
Just about 20 billion suns
Animated population pyramids
Showing the age distribution of eight countries from 1990-2050.
A graphical comparison of earthquake energy release
A comparison of earthquakes, by Richter Scale, in a basic animation
If The World Were 100 People
A great animation showing demographic information about the people of the world.
Watch How America Outspends Everyone on the Military
A video animation showing every countries’ military spending over the last 25 years.
The Fallen of World War II
An excellent narrated animated video visualising the deaths of World War II. I certainly gained insight from this video. I highly recommend it.
Exoplanetary Orrery V
An exoplanet is a planet that orbits a star other than our own sun. An orrery is a model of the solar system. This website visualises the size of exoplanets that have been discovered, along with their stars and the eccentricity of their orbits.
Time Use Simulation
An animated simulation of how Americans spend their day. It has the time of day displayed and various markers move between work, school, sleep etc. to represent what people are doing at that time of day.
Apple, Microsoft and IBM: a 20-year stock comparison in 60 seconds
This is an animation of a three-bar bar chart comparing three big tech companies.
Computer platform usage
Viktor Bohush has put some interesting animated graphs on YouTube about various computer platform usage over the years. The example below is a screen shot from desktop browser market share.
The history of the top chess players over time
An animated visualisation of the official ratings of how well chess players compete against each other over time.