Infographics Curated by David Siegel

Each month we present a meaningful display of quantitative information that we hope will help people understand how skewed our world is. Here are the graphics from 2013: 

December: Regional differences in drug prescriptions, by The Dartmouth Atlas of Health Care, an interactive tool that lets you explore how beliefs, biases, and profits affect health care in the US. 

December: Regional differences in drug prescriptions, by The Dartmouth Atlas of Health Care, an interactive tool that lets you explore how beliefs, biases, and profits affect health care in the US. 

November: Put together by the people at Digg, the image here is from a page on Policymic.com, written by Chris Miles, with a good breakdown of the consolidation of brands and "the illusion of choice" in society today.

November: Put together by the people at Digg, the image here is from a page on Policymic.com, written by Chris Miles, with a good breakdown of the consolidation of brands and "the illusion of choice" in society today.

October: The topics of business agility, presented in our YouTube video series.

October: The topics of business agility, presented in our YouTube video series.

September: Failed War on Drugs, courtesy of disinfo.com:

September: Failed War on Drugs, courtesy of disinfo.com:

August: The Venn Diagram of Irrational Nonsense, courtesy of Crispian Jago at The Reason Stick

August: The Venn Diagram of Irrational Nonsense, courtesy of Crispian Jago at The Reason Stick

July: Highest paid public servants in each state of the US, courtesy of WTHR-TV

July: Highest paid public servants in each state of the US, courtesy of WTHR-TV