What are you breathing?
This is a new data visualization I created recently, depicting long-time measurements of emission in the atmosphere in my home area Nordrhein-Westfalen (NRW). It uses data scraped from LANUV, the environment agency of NRW. (Since the domain is limited to a region in Germany, the application is German, too.)
What I found particularly interesting when analyzing the original measurements was the fact that some measurement stations are equipped with wind direction sensors. For these stations, every measurement of emissions is linked to a wind direction. For some stations, this reveals differences in emission levels, depending on the wind direction.
There are definitely many interesting ways to analyse the measurements, aside from wind direction. However I decided to start with a very limited set of displays, get the application public and then gather feedback on what users would find interesting and what puzzles them.
So please let the feedback flow! Comment here (or on the german post at G+) or contact me (see right hand side).