Category Archives: Visualisation

Soupmix for 2010-12-13

Tax gap visualised “The tax gap is the difference between collected tax and the potential total tax out there. The gap is caused by tax avoidance, evasion, black markets, errors and lack of “reasonable care” when filling in tax returns. Currently, the lowest estimate puts the figure at £42bn a year: the highest around £120bn. Either […]

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National debt and taxation: some international comparisons

Some visualisations from the US site Visual Economics. GDP vs national debt by country How wealthy countries tax their citizens From Catherine Mulbrandon at Tagline: ‘making the invisible hand visible’ Percentage of income going to the top 0.1 percent in five countries 1913-2004 US Income of Top 0.1 Percent vs Marginal […]

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Open data for public sector organisations

My talk from #wmod10 on slideshare  Wmro open data talk View more presentations from Andrew Mackenzie.

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Data visualisation

Google’s Public Data Explorer The Google Public Data Explorer makes large datasets easy to explore, visualize and communicate. As the charts and maps animate over time, the changes in the world become easier to understand. You don’t have to be a data expert to navigate between different views, make your own comparisons, and share your […]

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