A lot of different topics covered this week by the international media: we had the Pope’s visit, the Volkswagen scandal, not to mention the terrible refugee crisis in Europe, and the 2016 elections in the US, that we’ll be seeing more and more in this space as the Presidential race continues.
In addition to the interactive picks we got for you, we’d like to recommend you a list that we feel fit for this post: the New York Times recently passed the one million digital-only subscribers milestone, and to celebrate it they’ve chosen some of their best works or collections of works that have appeared since they began offering digital subscriptions in 2011. Needless to say that you’ll find several interactive visualizations in the mix.
Now, enjoy the interactive projects of the week:
2015 NFL Predictions | FiveThirtyEight
Popemobile illustrated history | The Washington Post
Culturegraphy | Kim Albrecht
Vienna’s electorate gap | Metropop
The new Cadiz bridge | El Mundo
The Inclusive Growth and Development Report 2015 | World Economic Forum
Refugees in Germany | Berliner Morgenpost
2016’s presidential field | Associated Press
Oktoberfest facts | Zeit Online
The range of your life expectancy | Flowing Data
Municipal and national politics | SRF
How Volkswagen Got Away With Diesel Deception | The New York Times
From Menzies to Malcolm: the careers of Australia’s prime ministers visualised | ABC
The History of Rugby World Cups | La Gazzetta dello Sport
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.