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Sell in May and go away: Airbus update Q2

On comparing Boeing and Airbus the last time, we still didn’t have the Airbus numbers for Q2 2019. Of course this was as interesting as the earlier periods, because of the 737Max ban, affecting Boeing heavily. The question was whether … Continue reading

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Sell in May and go away

But remember to be back in September. It’s an old advice at the stock-exchange and although it might also apply to me, I think it’s time for another (short) post. Originally my plan was to visualise the Quantitative (and Qualitative) … Continue reading

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AnRep3D, EnRep3D or something completely different?

This time we won’t present a new 3D-graph and we won’t discuss a specific subject either. The holidays are starting and people are traveling or just taking their rest or the opposite: taking over work from colleagues. Not a good … Continue reading

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Visualising the energy-transition II – What about China?

In the previous post we saw a 3D-visualisation of the energy-consumption in five large countries. The shape of the buildings showed the composition of the energy-mix and the different dimensions could be compared within a country, but also between countries. … Continue reading

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Visualising the energy-transition in 3D

Everybody knows about our global energy-transition, but are we doing well? Fossil fuels will come to an end, starting with coal. Renewables (e.g. solar, wind, hydropower and geothermal energy and biomass) are thought to be the solution, but at the … Continue reading

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Agriculture in 3D – minerals, livestock and farmland – part II

It’s been a long time since part I of this post! Partially, because of other obligations but also because of an issue with our 3D-graphs not being accessible. Now they are available again and it’s time for the second part … Continue reading

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Agriculture in 3D – minerals, livestock and farmland

To be honest, it was quite a struggle. In Europe we have very nice and publicly available statistics, so I thought it would be easy to show how AnRep3D is able to visualise agricultural data. Indeed it was quite easy … Continue reading

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