Tag Archives: Global

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

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

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.

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.

Cluster bar chart showing estimated prevalence of diabetes globally

The cluster bar chart below shows the estimated prevalence of diabetes in different global regions in 1980 and 2014. In addition, a data row is used to show the estimated number of people with diabetes. The prevalence rates have increased drastically over the time period.

The data from the World Health Organization’s 2016 Global Report on Diabetes.

Cluster bar chart showing diabetes prevalence

Cluster bar chart showing estimated prevalence of diabetes in 1980 and 2014

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

 

 

Stacked bar chart showing recording industry’s global revenue

The stacked bar chart below shows the recording industry’s global revenue in 2015. In addition, a data column is used to show the 2015 growth for the known segments. We also use call-outs, a standard PowerPoint shape, to add details about the data.

Bar chart of recording industry’s revenue in 2015

Stacked bar chart of recording industry’s global revenue in 2015

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

Bar-mekko chart of public holidays and population in select countries

The bar-mekko chart below shows the number of public holidays (height) and population (width) of select countries around the globe. The area of each segment is proportional to the total number of ‘human-holidays’ each country provides. Colombia and India have the highest number of public holidays per person but India leads the number of human-holidays due to its large population.

Bar-mekko chart showing public holidays in select countries around the world

Bar-mekko showing public holidays and population in select countries

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

Mekko chart showing regional and continental populations in 2016

The Mekko or Marimekko chart below shows global population by continent (columns) and region (rows/segments). The area of each segment is proportional to the population of the corresponding region. In addition, a data row is used to display the CAGR (compounded annual growth rate) for each continent. Antarctica, which does have a small population, is excluded.

Marimekko showing regional and continental populations

Mekko chart showing regional and continental populations in 2016

This Mekko chart was built with the Aploris add-in for PowerPoint.

Bubble chart showing relationship between Olympic team size and medals won per athlete

The bubble chart below examines the correlation between the number of athletes that a country sends to the Olympics and the number of medals it wins per athlete. The data averages results from the last 3 summer Olympics Games for the top 20 medal winning countries. The X-axis represents the average team size, the Y-axis shows the average medals per athletes, and the bubble area matches the average medals won.

The data suggests that the more athletes a country sends the more medals they win per athlete. Cuba, an exception, has won more medals per athlete than expected given its average team size. This might be because they try and specialize in specific sports including boxing, athletics, and judo.

Bubble chart highlighting impact of Olympic team size on medal haul per athlete

Bubble chart showing average Olympic team size and medals won per athlete for the last 3 games

This chart was built using the Aploris PowerPoint add-in. Aploris helps business professionals quickly build insightful charts.