Charts contain large amounts of data and information in a small space.
From life hacks to interesting facts, here are some of the most fascinating charts scattered around the internet.
The Most and Least Livable Cities in 2022
Are you thinking of moving?
This chart may give you a better idea of where you could move based on the most livable cities and what cities you want to avoid.
Revenue Per Minute of Top Tech Companies
These graphs show the revenue per minute of the top tech companies worldwide.
And while Amazon’s revenue may look impressive, Amazon is known for its “razor-thin profit margins” for most of its business model.
How Long Does it Take a Hacker to Crack Your Password?
Here’s a comprehensive guide to how long it could take hackers to crack your password, depending on a few factors.
How many characters, use of symbols, the number of letters to numbers, and uppercase to lowercase. All good things to keep in mind.
Hollywood Actors with the Most Awards
Here’s a chart of actors with the most awards as of February 2022, with some impressive numbers decorating their careers.
Cate Blanchett’s 153 is the number of awards she’s received from her 189 nominations.
Last Monarch of Every European Nation
This map features a helpful visual aid of the last reigning monarch to grace the royal thrones of many European countries.
In other countries, we can see a modern photograph of the current reigning monarch.
How to Say Water in Europe
If you ever happen to find yourself in Europe on a hot day and suddenly start craving a refreshing glass of water, this chart will undoubtedly come in handy.
This chart shows how to say water throughout Europe!
Different Types of Spiders According to Their Eyes
You may never have wanted to see a spider up close, but this illustration by Thomas Shahan on Instagram makes them look so cuddly.
Come on, who can resist those big eyes of the deinopidae? So cute!
What Happens When Your Brain Doesn’t Sleep?
You may think you can get away with fewer hours of sleep, but what can this do to your brain?
In this infographic, you’ll find a detailed breakdown of how lack of sleep can affect you.
Chart of mythical creatures
In case you ever wondered about the different mythical creatures that appear in folklore and fiction, here’s a chart you can look back on to keep track.
From classic vampires and werewolves, you’ll also find the Sleipnir and Longma from nordic and Chinese mythology, respectively.
Where Shark Attacks Are Most Common
Since 1580, the U.S. has been the number one place to get attacked by a shark.
Still, your odds of being victim to a shark is 1 in 3.75 million, so you can still go out to the beach and have a good time.
UFO Sightings in the U.S.
Have you ever seen a UFO flying through the sky?
According to this chart, you’re most likely to have seen either a mysterious light, circular or triangular object floating in the night sky.
The Caffeine Spectrum
There are too many coffee options nowadays, but just how caffeinated your order could be is unclear.
This guide provides a rough estimate of how much caffeine to expect in your cup and whether you might want to make some changes.
What Happens to Donated Blood?
Have you ever wondered what happens to blood after it’s donated?
This chart provides a visual process of what donated blood goes through until transferred to a patient in need.
Free Software Alternatives
While there’s nothing wrong with using paid software (and in some cases, such as work, it’s preferred), plenty of free alternatives get the job done.
Check out these alternatives without the hefty price when you need to get something done.
The Cheeses of Italy
Italy is known for many things, and cheese is at the top of that list.
In this cheese map of Italy, you’ll find cheeses from all the different regions of Italy. Can you spot your favorite cheese?
A Timeline of Dystopian Books and Novels
Have you ever thought of all the dystopian books and movies and how they would fit chronologically?
In this timeline created by Reddit user Dylan_Mq, we see exactly what that would look like from Mad Max to The Time Machine.
How to Survive a Migraine
Migraines can be an unfortunate part of life, interfering with all aspects.
This guide shows some of the more common triggers and remedies to cure that nagging pain in your head.
A Guide of 28 Types of Windows
You never really think about the windows surrounding you, but this guide shows that there can be at least 28 different kinds!
From bay windows to lunette windows, show your window knowledge thanks to this guide.
How to Hack Happiness Chemicals
These happiness chemicals are the backbone behind a positive outlook, but the stressors of modern life can make them hard to come by.
Here are little things you can do throughout the day to brighten your day and bring in the happiness chemicals.
Causes of Death of Roman Emperors
Being a Roman emperor was a powerful position to find oneself in. It was also a dangerous job.
As this chart shows, many people wanted them dead and succeeded in completing the deed.
Types of Mis- and Disinformation
Groundviews created this chart to promote media literacy in the wake of targeted attacks and how to distinguish fake news meant to cause adverse reactions rather than spread awareness.
According to this chart, there are ten different types of mis- and disinformation.
How to Stay Productive All-Day
Do you have a hard time focusing and staying productive all day?
Here are some reminders and tips to keep yourself on track and get all your important tasks done.
A Chart of the Deepest Points of the Earth’s Oceans
Have you ever wondered just how deep the Earth’s oceans could go?
This chart shows the deepest points in each of Earth’s five oceans, their names, and depth as provided by The Five Deeps Expedition.
Chart of Clouds
In this chart, we can see that clouds aren’t just white and fluffy.
Clouds look different depending on the altitude, from their color to their shape, until you reach the anvil cloud, only visible from a plane.
Organize Your Digital File Mess
Are the files on your computer threatening to overwhelm your storage?
Is your computer overcome with folder names like “New Folder (12)”? Here’s a quick and handy guide on how to clean up your files and folders and have a squeaky clean computer.
Learn How to Read Musical Notes with this Chart
Have you ever wanted to learn how to read musical notes?
This chart gives newbies an essential way to learn what rhythm each note represents with an easy-to-memorize assortment of food names whose syllables match the corresponding notes below.
Chart of Healthy Chicken Marinades
Marinades are a handy way to take chicken from dull to exciting, introducing new flavors and inviting new pairing ideas.
Here we see an illustration of six tasty ways to turn your chicken dinner into a winner.
How to Grow Your Own Year’s Worth of Food
This chart provides some valuable info on sustainable living.
From the chart, you can gather how much of each plant should be planted per person in your household to receive a year’s bounty of fresh food and vegetables.
How Much It Needs to Snow in Each State for a Snow Day
Every kid in a snowy climate dreams of a snow day.
But how much does it need to snow for schools to call the day off? Here’s a handy chart to help you figure it out.
Macaroon or Macaron? (Or Macron?)
Have you ever gotten macaroons, macarons, or even Macron confused?
Don’t sweat it! Here’s a handy chart to help explain the differences between the pastries and the current French president. Bon appétit!