Closing the week, we always try to provide our readers with a quick glance of what has bee published online, in terms of interactive graphics and visualizations. Of course that, before we move on to that, we must mention the shortlist of the 2013 Kantar Information is Beautiful awards, released earlier in the week. Congratulation to all the finalists – and it was great to see that many of our personal picks in the interactive category made it to this round. Now, it’s your turn to vote on the best data visualization, Infographic, Interactive, Motion Graphic and Tool.
Also worth noticing in today’s Interactive Inspiration, the contributions from our friends at Visual Loop Brasil, with some of the interactive works about the 100th anniversary of the birth of one of the most important names in recent music history: Vinicius de Moraes, who alongside Tom Jobin, João Bosco and a select number of other amazing musicians and composers gave birth to Bossa Nova.
Hope you enjoy the full list!
X-ray of unemployment in Spain | 20 Minutos
What is the safest time to drive? | The Guardian
Meet all Nobel winners | La Tercera
Historical Setlist Analysis | Ry Robes
(Via Tableau Public)
Breaking down the NSA’s ‘hops’ surveillance method | The Guardian
The evolution of the Super Car | Buy a Gift
You are what you watch | Direct Tv
UK School budget | Oxford Home Schooling
Costa Rica’s national team – Statistics for Brazil 2014 | La Nation
A Spooky Halloween evening | Improv
Your Brain map – strategies for accelerated learning | Open colleges
Battle for the TV remote control | Bright House
Global Wealth Report 2013 | Sumy News
(Via Tableau Public)
Dress Sizes | Anna Powell-Smith
NBA salary cap game: Make your own team | The Boston Globe
Global CO2 emissions | PBL
And from Brazil:
Orbiting around Vinicius de Moraes | O Globo
Vinicius de Moraes: 100 years | O Tempo
Vinicius and his companions | UOL
And that’s it today’s selection. Thank you for all the submissions, and remember that you can also send us your recommendations for interactive visualizations to be featured here, just drop us a message on Twitter or Facebook with the link.