Financial Crisis Model— Users can explore the relationship between banks and CDOs using simplified hypothetical data.
2008 Financial Crisis Visualization— Explore the impact of failing CDOs on the financial sector using real data!
Regression Model Builder— This interactive visualization allows the user to import their own data sets simulates the results of bi-variate regressions. Outputs include scatterplots, regression model (model, p-value, and adjusted R-squared)
Malthus-Condorcet Mathematical Model— An interactive calculator or that allows users to manipulate the components of the Malthus-Condorcet model of human population growth.
Production to Cost Interactive Graph— An interactive graph that allows users to manipulate the components of the production function and its associated cost curves.
Unemployment Rates— This line graph shows United States unemployment rates based on race, age, gender, and education from August 2005 to December 2015.
Labor Flow— This interactive visualization shows the numbers of people are employed, unemployed and not in labor force from 1991 to 2016. It also allows users to see labor flows among employment, unemployment and not in labor force.
Pay by Region
Income by Region, Race, and Gender— This graph shows income based on region, race, and gender from 1947-2012.
Income by Region and Race— This graph shows actual and year-adjusted mean and median income by region and race from 1975-2013.
Pay by Gender, Age, and Race
Income by Marital Status, Race, and Gender— This graph shows median personal income levels by marital status, race, and gender in the United States since 1947.
Pay Stratification by Age— This graph shows median personal income levels by age, race, and gender in the United States since 1947.
Mean Income by Age, Race, and Gender— This graph shows year-adjusted and actual household income by age, race, and by gender.
Pay by Race and Gender— This graph examines pay by race, gender, and status of work (full-time or part-time) since 1947.
Annual Hours Worked by Gender and Income Bracket— This graph shows annual hours worked by married men and women ages 25-54, with children, by income group, in selected years from 1979 to 2010.
Pay by Education
Hourly Wages by Education and Gender— This graph shows median hourly personal income levels by education and gender in the United States since 1973.
Income by Education and Gender— This graph shows actual and year-adjusted mean and median income by education level and gender from 1991-2013.
Pay by Occupation
Pay by Occupation (1982-2001)— This graph illustrates U.S. employee wages based on gender, work status, and type of occupation from 1982-2001.
Pay by Occupation (2002-2013)— This graph shows median income levels by occupation, status of work (full-time or year-round), and gender.
Gini Index by Race— This graph shows the Gini index measuring income inequality by race within the United States.
Annual Wages at Certain Percentiles— This graph shows real average annual wages from 1917 to 2010.
Income by Percentage— This graph shows annual income levels at certain percentiles from 1913 to 2010 with or without capital gains.
Income Shares by Earning Percentage— This graph shows the proportion of income shares for certain percentiles from 1913 to 2010 with or without capital gains.
Income Shares by Income Group— This graph shows income shares at certain quintiles from 1913 to 2010 with or without capital gains.
Minimum Hourly Wages Over Time— This graph shows minimum hourly wages in both nominal pay and inflation-adjusted pay in the United States since 1960.
Mean Household Income by Quintile and Race— This graph shows year-adjusted and actual mean household income by quintile and race from 1967-2013.
World Map— This map of the world includes many political, social, and economic indicators for the year 2010.
Grinnell College Map by Major— This map illustrates geographic distribution of majors declared at Grinnell College.