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Brit Cava made a map of Airbnb prices in San Francisco, including average acceptance rates and prices by neighborhood. Note the average prices of some neighborhoods is more than $300. And it's a topical map, given Airbnb's embattled state with the city of San Francisco.
Brit attended the "Every Data Rockstar Needs a Stage" blogger panel at Tableau Conference 2015 and was inspired to send this in.
Peter Gilks visualized the many different reigns of UK monarchs using images that evoke the style of the era, complete with a rotating portrait of each monarch.
Peruvian newspaper El Comercio looked at the popularity of different presidential candidates in the 2016 election.
(Legend: dark green = Will definitely vote for candidate; light green = might vote for candidate; orange = will probably not vote for candidate; red = definitely will not vote for candidate; brown = Don't know the candidate; grey = NA)
Andy Kriebel looked at gun violence in the US. Kriebel visualized just how frequently mass shootings take place in the US, and he used an appropriately macabre canvas.
This eye-catching viz was created by Shine Pulikathara in just 20 minutes, earning him the title of 2015 Iron Viz champion! Shine visualized a GDELT data set to examine global news coverage since January 2014. (Bonus: Shine shared, in 10 steps, what it takes to win Iron Viz.)
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