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We transform your complex data into static and interactive charts, maps and data stories.

Our Services

Line chart showing the percentage of men and women that completed high-level education in the EU from 2001 to 2021.

Data Stories

Visual data stories that contextualise your data-driven content.
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Static and interactive charts and infographics that visualise your data and research.
Explore our charts


Maps that help you explore and understand your spatial data.
Explore our maps


Annual reports that give a clear message using actionable insights and interactive charts.
Read our reports

Work with us

Do you need to communicate your data effectively and to a broader audience?

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Meet The team

Karthik Muthuswamy
Data Journalist
Georgios Karamanis
Datavis Designer
Photo of Patrick Wojda
Patrick Wojda
Davis Engineer

Anne-Marie Dufour
Data visualization and Front-end developer

Francesco Scomazzon
Data journalist

Inbal Rief Ron
Data empathy designer

Read more about the team on our about page

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frequently asked questions

What tools and technologies do you use to create visualizations?

It depends on the project. We code in Python, R and JavaScript (D3.js). We also use tools like Datawrapper, Flourish and Infogram. We design using Figma and Adobe Illustrator.

If your organisation already uses a certain technology, we can work with your templates and your choice of tools that integrates best with your system.

What languages do you speak?

We can communicate with you in English, Swedish, French, Italian, and Greek.

What is the relation between Explained media and studio?

Explained: is our visual and data storytelling media publication. Through Explained:Studio, we create storytelling projects for you.

Who are you? Where are you based?

You can read our stories and check out our portfolios here. Explained is based in Stockholm and our partners are based in various countries across Europe.

We are a team of friendly people. If you want to collaborate with us or are curious about work, don’t hesitate to contact us.