This chart shows plastic surgery procedures per 1,000 people in 2013
This chart shows the 10 largest lobbying spenders in the United States, based on their lobbying spending in 2014.
This chart shows large recalls among car manufacturers (in million vehicles)*.
This chart illustrates how Google searches for the keyword combination “iPhone slow” tend to peak right after Apple announces a new model of its popular smartphone.
This chart shows global market share of the world's leading smartphone vendors in Q2 2014.
This chart shows answers to the question "who is most responsible for the current violence in Gaza/Israel?"
This chart shows the highest-earning country musicians worldwide in 2014.
This chart shows tablet market share of the five largest tablet vendors in the second quarter of 2014.
This chart sums up the results of the Human Development Report 2014, issued by the United Nations Development Programme.
This chart shows how much money Apple spends on research and development relative to its revenue.
This chart shows U.S. government expenditure fighting forest fires.
This chart shows the top 15 cities worldwide with the highest percentage of millionaires in 2014.
This chart illustrates Amazon's revenue and profit growth since the first quarter of 2009.
This chart shows a gender breakdown of selected tech companies' global workforce.
This chart shows Facebook's revenue growth since the first quarter of 2012.
This charts shows Facebook's monthly active users, broken down by the type of device they access the social network on.
This chart shows the percentage of the population below the poverty level in U.S. cities in 2014.
This chart shows Apple's quarterly iPad and iPhone sales since the iPad's release in 2010.
This chart shows mobile app usage by Android and iPhone users in the United States by age.
Based on the example of Showtime TV series Dexter and Homeland, this chart nicely illustrates how TV watching habits have evolved over the past few years.
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