Time to close the week, here on Visualoop, a week that was marked, among other news, by the launch of Quartz’ Atlas, a new gallery to explore the data and charts created by this online publisher since 2012. We talked about it here, and also don’t miss the full post with the announcement here.
Now, let’s start this Interactive Inspiration with our top highlights:
Museum Week ’15 on Twitter | BRIGHT and Variable
Our opening pick is actually more of a data art project than an informative one, but nonetheless quite deserving of being in this spotlight. Museum Week is a data driven artwork representing Twitter activity related to the each museum taking part in the #MuseumWeek2015. Each artwork – the result of a collaboration between BRIGHT and Variable – is customized based on the data from the museum’s Twitter profile, it’s tweets and general activity around the Museum Week. Below the example from the Natural History Museum, London.
The Washington Post’s Talent Network | The Washington Post
Our second highlight isn’t a visualization “per se“, but a career opportunity special page, from The Washington Post. So, if you’re interested in becoming a part of this freelance journalist network, register and complete a profile with contact information and samples of published work. A Post editor will review your profile and notify you if you are accepted into the network.
What’s Really Warming the World? | Bloomberg Business
Closing this first part of our round up, Bloomberg’s Eric Roston and Blacki Migliozzi invite us to explore how much different factors, both natural and industrial, contribute to global warming, based on findings from NASA’s Goddard Institute for Space Studies.
And now, all the other interactive graphics of the week:
Running from Conflict and Persecution | The Guardian
Champions League 2015 | Berliner Morgenpost
Medicamentalia | Civio
The Roberts Court’s Surprising Move Leftward | The Upshot
How money flows to the Australian Workers’ Union | The Guardian
Bill Murray Film Career | Dueling Data
Major Supreme Court Cases in 2015 | The New York Times
Timeline of MERS outbreak in South Korea | Jaeha Woo
Taxis vs Uber | Le Temps
The Internet of (nearly) Everything | The Guardian
Benitez, the Real Madrid’s fireman | Marca