Some customer examples of work from the Priceonomics Data Studio and how each of the articles spread. Read More »
We deconstruct the recipes of popular meals to analyze the nutritional density and cost of the component ingredients.
We looked at which cities and states have the most and least fast food restaurants in America.
We look at conversion rates of advertising on the major tech platforms.
We analyzed sports ticket sales to see when prices spiked based on the visiting team.
Negative online reviewers make a lot more errors than positive ones.
A survey of 17,000 women about sexiness, body shaming, and confidence.
How many San Francisco startups also have offices somewhere else? 38%.
Ranking the household products that pollute your home the most (and least).
Analyzing real estate data from Houston to see if landlords increased rents after Hurricane Harvey.
Ranking which sites discount the most using coupon codes.
The places in America where you'll spend a lot of your income on rent. And places where you won't.
When do people get sick and when do doctors get busy? It depends if you're visiting a pediatrician or a proctologist.
We analyzed the font usage patterns of Americans to answer a very important question - who likes Comic Sans?
Ranking the cities and states where pizza is most expensive and prevalent.
Data confirms what you may already know - people hate being left waiting at the doctor's office.