DiploDash is an interactive web tool for visualizing and analyzing bilateral and multilateral diplomatic connections between countries. These datasets are part the core data series in the Diplometrics project (http://pardee.du.edu/diplometrics) at the Fredrick S. Pardee Center for International Futures. Diplodash, created through a partnership between the Pardee Center and the Center for Statistics and Visualization at the University of Denver, allows users to view the evolution of diplomatic networks over space and time, using map animations and time-series graph displays. It is built on three Diplometrics datasets: international governmental organizations (IGOs), treaties deposited with the United Nation’s secretariat and bilateral diplomatic exchange.

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