Bar-line chart showing percent of words spelled correctly by word length in Scripps National Spelling Bee

Bar line chart below shows the percent of words spelled correctly by word length at the Scripps National Spelling Bee from 1996 to 2016. The bars indicate the share of words spelled correctly and the line shows the number of words. The most common word length is 9 letters. The data shows that longer words are not necessarily harder to spell. 3 letter words have appeared three times but only spelled correctly once. The two longest words, 19 and 21 letters in length, were both spelled correctly the one time each came up in competition.

Bar and line graph showing Spelling Bee word lengths and correctes rates

Bar line chart showing percent of words spelled correctly by word length in Scripps National Spelling Bee, 1996-2016

This chart was built using Microsoft PowerPoint 2016 for Mac and the Aploris add-in.

US app store revenue per active iPhone

The stacked bar chart below shows US app store revenue per active iPhone. Game apps make up the majority of spend. Revenue per iPhone increased 14% between 2015 and 2016. The data column to the right of the chart provides the growth for each category.

Stacked bar chart with iPhone app store revenue

Stacked bar chart showing US app store revenue per active iPhone; focus on top 5 categories

This chart was built using PowerPoint and the Aploris add-in on a Mac.

Bar-line chart showing 10 highest grossing movie franchises

The chart below shows the total revenue for the 10 highest grossing moving franchises (bars) and the average revenue per movie (line). In addition, a data row is used to indicate the number of movies per franchise. The Marvel franchise has the highest total gross but J. K. Rowling’s Wizarding World averages more revenue per movie.

Bar-line chart showing 10 highest grossing movie franchises

Bar-line chart showing 10 highest grossing movie franchises and average revenue per movie (USD)

This chart was built using PowerPoint for Mac and the Aploris add-in.

Stacked bar-chart showing number of Netflix TV shows and movies in select countries

The stacked bar chart below shows the number of Netflix titles across TV shows and movies in select countries. The US has the largest library, Morocco the smallest. A data row below the chart is used to compare the country’s library size with the US. For example, Canada has only ~55% of the number of titles as the US.

Stacked bar chart with number of Netflix titles across different countries

Stacked bar chart showing number of Netflix TV shows and movies in select countries

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Stacked bar-chart showing pure alcohol consumption by type in select countries

The stacked bar chart below shows alcohol consumption by type in select countries among persons aged 15+. The total height in each column is total consumption in liters per capita. The different colored segments in each column correspond to a type of alcohol as indicated in the legend.

Belarus has the highest consumption per capita (age 15+). South Korea’s primarily consumes other spirits. Czech Republic has the highest consumption of beer per capita.

Stacked bar chart showing alcohol consumption in select countries

Pure alcohol consumption by type among persons aged 15+ in select countries

This chart was built using PowerPoint for Mac and the Aploris add-in.

Bar-mekko chart showing top 10 countries with the highest GDP per capita

The bar-mekko chart below shows GDP per capita and population in the 10 countries with the highest GDP per capita. The height of each segment is proportional to GDP per capita and the width is proportional to the population. As a result, the area of each segment is proportional to the total GDP.

Bar-mekko with GDP per capita and population

Bar-mekko chart showing GDP per capita along with population in top 10 countries

This chart was built using PowerPoint for Mac 2016 and the Aploris add-in.

Bar-line chart showing coffee consumption in top 20 countries

The combination stacked bar-line chart below showing coffee consumption in the 20 countries with the highest consumption per capita. The bars indicate cups of coffee consumed per day per capita. The line indicates the total coffee consumed in millions of cups. We use a data row to indicate the country population.

While Netherlands consumes almost twice as much coffee per capita as the next highest country, the US’s total consumption is significantly greater than any other country.

Coffee consumption bar-line chart

Bar-line chart showing coffee consumption in top 20 countries by capita

This chart was built using PowerPoint for Mac and the Aploris add-in.

Stacked bar chart showing 25 highest paid athletes in 2016

The stacked bar chart shows the earnings (USD) for the 25 highest paid athletes in 2016. The earnings are split based on what the athletes earn directly from their sport (salary, bonus, prize money) and other income, including endorsements. Some athletes, including Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson, and Roger Federer, earn most of their income through other sources (likely endorsements).

Stacked bar chart showing 25 highest paid athletes in 2016 (USD)

Stacked bar chart showing 25 highest paid athletes in 2016

This chart was built using PowerPoint and the Aploris add-in on a Mac.

Mekko chart showing processing of municipal waste in select countries

The Mekko or Marimekko chart below shows how much municipal waste different countries produce and how they process it. The width of each column is proportional to the total amount of waste produced. Within each column, the segments indicate how the waste is processed.

Germany recycles 65% of their waste and none of it ever goes to a landfill. USA produces the most refuse with over half of it sent to landfills. The data was provided by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) and Wikipedia.

Mekko chart showing processing of municipal waste

Mekko chart showing generation and processing of municipal waste in select countries

This chart was built using PowerPoint Mac and the Aploris add-in.