Priceonomics wanted to know who the biggest winner is among the meme traders of r/MemeEconomy so they analyzed data from Me.me to find out.
Priceonomics analyzed data to see which advanced degrees produced graduates with the most (and least) student debt and how that compared to their actual earnings after school.
Priceonomic's analyzed every company in the Standard and Poor's 500 Index to see which companies had the highest and lowest revenues per employee.
Prieconomics analyzed data from data.world and the GFN to determine how countries rank when it comes to environmental responsibility.
The meme is a vessel for transmitting the current beliefs, opinions, and thoughts of our culture, so Priceonomics analyzed every meme on the internet to see how they've changed.
Priceonomics figured out in what parts of America breweries reign supreme.
Priceonomics analyzed data from 5,000 real-life users of various software programs to determine whether they would recommend the software product or not.
Many of today’s students are financing their education with loans, and are graduating with more debt than ever. Priceonomics looks at how much hinderance student debt is causing today's graduates.
Priceonomics analyzed thousands of apartment listings across major U.S. cities to determine which amenities increases rental prices.