Another week that flew by, and that means it’s time for some Interactive Inspiration here on Visualoop. And our recommended complementary read for this week is not an actual blog post or article, but a Reddit “Ask Me Anything“, by no other than Santiago Ortiz – who released in that same day, the free open source version of the Moebio Framework, in collaboration with the fine folks at Bocoup. You can read all about it here.
And since we are opening this post with some more additions to our own data visualization gallery, it’s proper that we include one of Santiago’s experiments in this round up.
Hope you enjoy, and have a great weekend!
7 sets venn diagram | Santiago Ortiz
Which Premier League clubs are best suited to stronger opponents? | Financial Times
The startup universe | Accurat / Ben Willers / Visual.ly
The New Panama Canal | Boston Globe
Battleship Potemkin | Ria Novosti
And now, all the other interactive graphics of the week:
A Gift to New York, in Time for the Pope | The New York Times
NFL injuries | Associated Press
Pick a Show, Any Show | The Wall Street Journal
Football Shots Timeline | Chris Luv
Death in Syria | The New York Times
How Brexit could drive out European Premier League footballers | The Guardian
Belgian Infectious Diseases | Mathias Leroy
F1 helmet | Marca
Will a robot take your job? | BBC
Debt by Degrees | ProPublica
Height and Weight of the NFL | Shine Pulikathara
Who Earned a Higher Salary Than You | Nathan Yau
GE2015: Live results | The Straits Times
Cristiano Ronaldo’s goals | Marca
The Presidents of the USA | David Pires
GBD Compare | IHME
The strongest Champions League groups | Marca
Time to close this selection, but we’ll be back next week with more Interactive Inspiration. Until then, have a look at all the examples of interactive visualizations and maps that we have on Pinterest – and, of course, our gallery of data visualizations and infographics.