Time to explore the latest data visualizations that came to our way, both from the media industry and other publishers. We’ll begin with our top highlights, followed by the usual selection of projects that were sent to us. We always like to remind you that if you want to share the work your graphic department or agency is doing, just send us a message, and well be happy to feature it.
Now, here are the highlights of the week:
Nine Charts about Wealth Inequality in America | Urban Institute
This is a set of nine interactive charts illustrating how income inequality, earnings gaps, home ownership rates, retirement savings, student loan debt, and lopsided asset-building subsidies have contributed to the growing wealth disparities in the Unites States. Another great work from the Urban Institute.
Oscar dresses | Big Group
In time for Oscar ceremony this next Sunday comes this visual breakdown of the dresses used by some of the most famous actresses of all times. You can use the filters to explore by actress, decade, age, designer and dress color.
Monarchy in the UK | Peter Gilks
And it’s not often we show a visualization made with Tableau Public in the highlight section of these posts, but this is a worthy one. Tableau Zen Master Peter Gilks teamed up with Dan Miller to create this impressive visual showing the Kings and Queens of England throughout history.
And now, all the other interactive graphics of the week:
Global land deals | The Guardian
Year of the Goat: Chinese zodiac matchmaking guide | Los Angeles Times
Top Norwegian Baby Names 1995-2014 | ABC Nyheter
You don’t know Oscar | The Guardian
The best goal scorers of La Liga | Marca
Isabel’s weather homework | Weather Homework
#JonStewart on Twitter | Twitter
The most disciplined Football league of the last 25 years | 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.