Mid-October Data Stories

The Latest In Fascinating Stories Told By Data
Data Stories of bots, pets, maps, and charts and graphs
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It’s autumn! Change is in the air. New regulations are headed for bots, interesting data about pets over this past year, and some mapped out data stories in this week’s edition.

Be sure to check out last week’s data stories if you missed them, and join us next week for another edition.

dog drinking water with smart collar around his neck

Pet Data Collection Is Now A Thing

Now it’s possible to collect data on your pets. Because that is what you do to things you love, right?


lizard atop a stop sign

Lets Make The Robots Obey!

Can we talk for a minute about bot laws and regulations that don’t exist but should? Or nah?


Scientists in the Negev Desert but in a Mars-like environment

Out Of This World Data Collected Right Here On Earth

A team of scientists set up a Mars colony in the middle of the desert in Israel to collect data they’d have to otherwise go to Mars for.


The Wonders Of The World

How Much Did All Those Shutdowns Cost The New Wonder’s Of The World?

All those shutdowns back in 2020 hurt the tourism industry the most. Here’s how much it cost the Wonder’s Of The World when compared against 2019 data.


Data Imitates Life – Population Density of France Looks Like Eiffel Tower

Map of population density in France with Paris having a spike that looks very much like the Eiffel Tower.
Source: Reddit

That wraps it up for this week’s Data Stories. See you next week.

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