Fashion Fingerprints

In a collaborative effort at The New York Times, a Fashion Week browser shows highlights of the event through thumbnails reminiscent of slitscans.

Fashion Fingerprints

In a collaborative effort at The New York Times, a Fashion Week browser shows highlights of the event through thumbnails reminiscent of slitscans.

Posted 7 months ago
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Reshaping New York 

From buildings to bike lanes to painting over Broadway, how the city changed in 12 years of Bloomberg

Reshaping New York

From buildings to bike lanes to painting over Broadway, how the city changed in 12 years of Bloomberg

Posted 8 months ago
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Global migration and debt

Global migration and debt

Posted 9 months ago
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Your Biking Wisdom in 10 Words

The Times is collecting riders’ shared wisdom about their biking in New York. Explore their comments, add your own, or view popular routes on Strava, a running and cycling app.

Your Biking Wisdom in 10 Words

The Times is collecting riders’ shared wisdom about their biking in New York. Explore their comments, add your own, or view popular routes on Strava, a running and cycling app.

Posted 10 months ago
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How Much Hospitals Charge For the Same Procedures

Data released by the federal government on Wednesday shows that hospitals across the country charge Medicare differing amounts for the same procedure. The data includes bills submitted in 2011 by 3,300 hospitals nationwide for the 100 most commonly performed treatments and procedures like hip replacement, heart operations and gallbladder removal, among hospitals that reported at least 11 cases.

How Much Hospitals Charge For the Same Procedures

Data released by the federal government on Wednesday shows that hospitals across the country charge Medicare differing amounts for the same procedure. The data includes bills submitted in 2011 by 3,300 hospitals nationwide for the 100 most commonly performed treatments and procedures like hip replacement, heart operations and gallbladder removal, among hospitals that reported at least 11 cases.

Posted 10 months ago
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For the Elderly, Diseases That Overlap

More than 700,00 people live in assisted-living centers, where they get help with daily activities like bathing and dressing. Most of the residents have multiple chronic health conditions.

For the Elderly, Diseases That Overlap

More than 700,00 people live in assisted-living centers, where they get help with daily activities like bathing and dressing. Most of the residents have multiple chronic health conditions.

Posted 12 months ago
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Invitation to a Dialogue: Working Arrangements

The United States lags behind most of the world’s developed nations in rankings of the best places for mothers, especially working mothers. One reason is that the careers of many Americans demand schedules incompatible with the requirements of parenthood. Having no available middle ground, some primary caregivers (mostly mothers) leave their careers. If they do later return, they nearly always do so at salaries and positions well behind peers who did not interrupt their careers.

Invitation to a Dialogue: Working Arrangements

The United States lags behind most of the world’s developed nations in rankings of the best places for mothers, especially working mothers. One reason is that the careers of many Americans demand schedules incompatible with the requirements of parenthood. Having no available middle ground, some primary caregivers (mostly mothers) leave their careers. If they do later return, they nearly always do so at salaries and positions well behind peers who did not interrupt their careers.

Posted 1 year ago
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The Long Count

The Maya noted important dates using the Long Count, a 5,125-year cycle of 13 bak’tuns, each about 394 years long. In three years, a new bak’tun cycle will begin.

The Long Count

The Maya noted important dates using the Long Count, a 5,125-year cycle of 13 bak’tuns, each about 394 years long. In three years, a new bak’tun cycle will begin.

Posted 1 year ago
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How Obama Won Re-election

Most of the nation shifted to the right in Tuesday’s vote, but not far enough to secure a win for Mitt Romney.

How Obama Won Re-election

Most of the nation shifted to the right in Tuesday’s vote, but not far enough to secure a win for Mitt Romney.

Posted 1 year ago
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Revealing All the (512) Possible Paths to Reach the White House

512 Paths to the White House [nytimes.com], designed by Mike Bostock and Shan Cartner from the New York Times Graphics Department, shows all the possible paths to victory available for either presidential candidate.
512 Paths to the White House [nytimes.com], designed by Mike Bostock and Shan Cartner from the New York Times Graphics Department, shows all the possible paths to victory available for either presidential candidate.
Posted 1 year ago
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How States Have Shifted between Voting Democratic and Republican

The New York Times today released an informative yet beautiful infographic titled “Over the Decades, How States Have Shifted" [nytimes], designed by Mike Bostock and Shan Cartner. The interactive, vertical Sankey diagram reveals the party-based voting patterns of all US states during the last presidential elections.
The New York Times today released an informative yet beautiful infographic titled “Over the Decades, How States Have Shifted" [nytimes], designed by Mike Bostock and Shan Cartner. The interactive, vertical Sankey diagram reveals the party-based voting patterns of all US states during the last presidential elections.
Posted 1 year ago
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