The Atlantic has published two impressive interactives: one is called The Language of the State of the Union and the other titled Mapping the State of the Union.

They describe the first as “An interactive chart reveals how the words presidents use reflect the twists and turns of American history” and the second as “An interactive graphic shows the 1,410 different spots on the globe presidents have referenced in 224 speeches.”

I’m adding both to The Best (& Most Intriguing) Resources For Learning About The State Of The Union Message.