How would the UK have looked if the 2010 election had been fought with the new constituencies? Would your MP still have a seat? See the map for yourself
The government have approved the HS2 high-speed rail scheme but how do we compare to the rest of the world for high-speed lines?
Which products does the UK export, and where does it export them to? Read on to find out
How has Piers Morgan done in his first year presenting in Larry King's old slot on CNN?
The 2011 awards season is hotting up. In the run-up to the Oscars, track the key nominees and winners here; can you predict who will triumph this year? Now with Bafta longlist
Eurozone debt crisis
Europe is in crisis - but what's going on? Which are the right key numbers to compare each country?
The Iron Lady
The Iron Lady is on the screens, but what kind of Britain did Margaret Thatcher leave behind?
What were the data stories of 2011? Find our top data stories of the year
Our new e-book is out this week and it talks about how data has shaped our world
Governments around the globe are opening up their data vaults – allowing you to check out the numbers for yourself.
Search for government data here from countries, cities and states around the world – and we're adding more all the time. Read more about this on the Datablog. Find out how to use our world government data API here
The cuts to housing benefit in January will leave many people searching for cheaper places to stay. We look at the impact of this through the country
Simon Rogers: Our 10 point guide to data journalism and how it's changing
It was the first ever issue of the Guardian - and our first attempt at data journalism. See what happened
Alan Rusbridger: Comment, as Guardian founding editor CP Scott said, is free, but facts are sacred. The Guardian's editor-in-chief on why data matters
Simon Rogers, editor, Datablog: We are drowning in information. That's how this blog came about
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