Just in time for this week’s Interactive Inspiration came a wonderful work by Jan Willem Tulp for Scientific American. The Flavor Connection has been featured and praised by the top data visualization experts since its release yesterday, and if you haven’t played with it yet, make that your first ‘task’ for the weekend.
Our selection includes many other interesting visualizations, but before we would like to thank (again) the folks at La Nación Costa Rica for their mention to this weekly column in the newspaper’s website. If you’re not familiar with their infographic work, the online gallery is a good place to start, as is Manuel Canales’ Portfolio of the week post, with several award winning projects.
Now, here’s the full list of interactive visualizations:
The Flavor Connection | Scientific Americans
The city of 2050 | BBC
Tracking the Mayoral Candidates Across New York City | The New York Times
Anatomy of a gunshot wound | Los Angeles Times
Visualizing NYC´s Open Data | Chris Wong
(Via Information Aesthetics)
Banned Books In Iran : 8 years Ahmadinejad
Brazil deepened the devaluation of the real and the Argentine peso adds more pressure | La Nation
Dirty Dining | WCPO Cincinnati
(Via Tableau Viz of the Day)
Sex predators unleashed | Sun Sentinel
HTML5 Popularity Among Fortune 500 Companies | Incore
Egypt’s friends and foes | Al Jazeera
Info Quest| Atlassian
Timeline of Slang Terms | Time Glider
Seabridge Gold | Gradewise
The Mystical World Of Game Of Thrones | MTV
And from Brazil:
Euro-zone GDP | O Globo
Novos Velhos Dinossauros | Folha de S. Paulo
Time to close today’s selection, and the usual reminder that you can also send us your recommendations for interactive maps to be featured here, just drop us a message on Twitter or Facebook with the link. And we’ll be back next Wednesday with another round-up!