Best of the Web: November
Which illuminating illustrations and vibrant visualizations tickled your fancy last month? Read on for some of the best dataviz November had to offer - and remember to follow our feeds on Facebook, Instagram & Twitter for your daily dose of beauty in data.
We are hosting the Information is Beautiful Awards Ceremony this Tuesday in New York, starting at 6:30pm EST. The event will be live tweeted - we'd love to have you follow along.
SHORTLISTED: #Manga - the world's most delightful art form? @NadiehBremer ups the ante by visualizing the adorableness of #CardcaptorSakura. #dataviz #IIBAwards https://t.co/8Jj2j3gMuS pic.twitter.com/2J7MdHkgER— Kantar IIB Awards (@infobeautyaward) November 25, 2018
SHORTLISTED: #Baseball is an endless source of fascinating #data. View the game through a different lens, with #heatmaps. #IIBAwards @j_olsufka https://t.co/qTThIjkWSl pic.twitter.com/LRnfkMJtf3— Kantar IIB Awards (@infobeautyaward) November 24, 2018
SHORTLISTED: Get lost in a year of stories for @La_Lettura as told through gorgeous #dataviz. #IIBAwards @fedfragapane https://t.co/am4gw3JIJG pic.twitter.com/b5oGA7GKsL— Kantar IIB Awards (@infobeautyaward) November 22, 2018
SHORTLISTED: Untangle the web of global trade & delve into each country's place on the economic atlas. Search "The Atlas of Economic Complexity" in #IIBAwards #linkinbio #interactive #dataviz #mapping ⠀ -----------⠀ Created by the Atlas Team at Harvard’s Center for International Development