The Gamma: Share your data visualizations

The easiest way to create & share your open and transparent data visualizations that are linked to the original data source and encourage the reader to explore data further and discover more fun facts on their own!

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Here you can find sample snippets created using The Gamma. This site makes it easy to create & share your own snippets, but also embed them into your own web page - just pick a snippet, copy the displayed HTML code and paste it into your page. If you want to have more control, you can go to The Gamma developer documentation and use oru JavaScript component directly.


  • Guess the number of Turing people

    The Alan Turing Institute hosts a number of faculty fellows visiting from partner universities, research fellows and PhD students working at the London offices and a also welcomes visiting researchers. Guess how many of each are there!

    Posted: 5 days ago by Tomas Petricek
    @tomaspetricek

  • Top countries at Rio 2016

    Top countries from Rio 2016 based on the number of gold medals. The snippet uses the pivot type provider to aggregate the data and shows a simple bar chart with the results.

    Posted: 15 days ago by Tomas Petricek
    @tomaspetricek

  • You Draw It: Olympic medals won by China

    After going down from 76 to 53, the number of Olympic medals won by china started rising in 1988. Can you guess the rest of the trend, including the Olympic games in Beijing? (Inspired by NYT's piece mapping Obama's legacy and using the D3 code shared by authors).

    Posted: 2 months ago by Tomas Petricek
    @tomaspetricek

  • Olympic medals table by athlete

    Table showing top 10 athletes by the number of medals together with their team and discipline in which they compete. The sample creates a simple table and uses the pivot type provider for grouping.

    Posted: 2 months ago by Tomas Petricek
    @tomaspetricek

  • Guess the number of Olympic teams

    This interactive visualization lets you guess the number of teams competing in the last 5 Olympic games. The initial values show the average number, so expect this to go down for some and up for others!

    Posted: 5 days ago by Tomas Petricek
    @tomaspetricek

  • You Guess: Population of top 6 countries of the world

    Inspired by the You Draw It visualisation from the New York Times, this visualisation lets you guess the values in a bar chart. Can you guess the population of the 6 largest countries of the world?

    Posted: 1 months ago by Tomas Petricek
    @tomaspetricek

  • You Draw It: Carbon emissions of USA

    Can you guess how the CO2 emissions have been changing between 2005 and 2010 if you see data between 2000 and 2005? Inspired by the fantastic "You Draw It: What Got Better or Worse During Obama?s Presidency" piece in NYT (see link) and using the D3 code shared by authors.

    Posted: 2 months ago by Tomas Petricek
    @tomaspetricek

  • Number of distinct countries in Olympics

    Number of distinct countries competing in the Olympic games. The visualization shows that the number of distinct teams has been steadily growing since the beginning of the new Olympic games.

    Posted: 2 months ago by Tomas Petricek
    @tomaspetricek

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