While the infographic community awaits to know who are the winners of this year’s Malofiej Awards – the event literally took over our Twitter timeline (#malofiej24), much of it thanks to Alberto Cairo‘s relentless coverage -, several fantastic interactive visualizations were already mentioned in the presentations.
Most of those visualizations are not that recent, with the exception, perhaps, of Maarten Lambrechts‘ Rock ‘n Poll, an interactive explanation that shows why polling results should be taken with “a grain of salt”. The project was developed specifically for Malofiej 24 and it got a really nice praise from the visualization community.
We open today’s selection with that work, and next week we’ll be sharing the winners of the “Pulitzer of Visual Journalism”, in both print an interactive categories, so keep watching this space.
Rock ‘n Poll | Maarten Lambrechts
Tainted Water, Little Hope | The Washington Post
Who’s Winning the Delegate Race? | The Wall Street Journal
Where the US presidential candidates stand on foreign policy | Al Jazeera
Interactive NBA Shot Charts | Todd Schneider
Gender inequality comparison tool | No Ceilings
Mountains Out of Molehills | Information is Beautiful
Evolution of datasets in GitHubVisualizer | Datos Abiertos
Goya awards | Michele Tessari
Burning Fuel | Times of Oman
North Korea nuclear tests | BRAID
World Table Tennis 2016 | Yuichiro Danno
The best—and worst—places to be a working woman | The Economist
Women in the Workforce | Chloe Tseng
And from Brazil:
Aedes, an international emergency | Estado de S. Paulo
Suspicious deaths | Estado de S. Paulo
Controversy at the Oscars | Estado de S. Paulo
That’s it for this selection, but we’ll be back next week with more Interactive Inspiration. Until then, browse aroundt all the examples of interactive visualizations and maps that we have on Pinterest.