Archives: chartsandgraphs

Henrico Police makes more statistical data publicly available online

Chief Douglas Middleton says the goal of releasing additional information is increased transparency.

Virginia Wine, by the numbers

A look at the last few years of winemaking in the commonwealth.

Four terribly useless graphs about the LEGO KidsFest

LEGO are a big deal in my house, so the LEGO KidsFest is an even bigger deal. To celebrate: four mostly useless graphs!

Mapping RVA: Where you live makes all the difference

Through August 23, 2014, the Library of Virginia will host Mapping RVA: Where You Live Makes All the Difference, a traveling exhibition focused on charts, maps, housing, economics, inequality, and poverty. The multimedia exhibition of nine maps created by Brian Koziol, director of research and consulting services at Housing Opportunities Made Equal of Virginia, Inc. […]

Chartsandgraphs: looking back at the 2014 Spring Restaurant Week

Chartsandgraphs returns with a look at some of the information buried in this spring’s Restaurant Week menus.

Chartsandgraphs: The Richmond Folk Festival

We’re just hours out from the start of the 2013 Richmond Folk Festival. Here are a handful of interesting/quasi-interesting chartsandgraphs to get you pumped and primed for folking.

Recapping the Commonwealth Power Rankings

This visual comparison of all Division 1 Virginia basketball teams as the season progressed. Chartsandgraphs!

Chartsandgraphs: What’s Richmond gotta do to get a drink around here?

If you like a drink now and then, which plenty of people do, it stands to reason that you like being able to get yourself to a drink easily and quickly. Here’s a chartsandgraphs picture of the geography of drinking in RVA. Bottoms up!

Chartsandgraphs: RVA homicides, 2010-2012

A look back at how Richmond’s murder count has changed over the last couple of years and over the last couple of decades.

September the deadliest month since 2005

This September, with its 11 homicides, was the deadliest month Richmond has seen in quite awhile.