[OpenSpending] Interesting budget visualisations from around the globe
ibegtin at gmail.com
Tue Jun 5 13:29:05 BST 2012
It's really great and I like it very much. Is this visualization open
We have some data to try.
Take a look at russian visulalization of budget. This one was made by
Moscow city administration - http://budget.mos.ru/project_main - not so bad
but not interactive.
and this one by federal government (http://info.minfin.ru/fbrash.php) - not
so good as visulalization, but still better than nothing.
Director of NGO "Informational Culture"
2012/6/5 Lucy Chambers <lucy.chambers at okfn.org>
> Dear all,
> Over the weekend, we've been sent some very interesting budget
> visualisations to have a look at - I thought a couple of them may be
> of interest to the list. Both display hierarchical information clearly
> without the need to drill down.
> The first is the product of the OpenData.Ch Camp:
> The second is 'Where are my Taxes Going?' from Australia. Notice the
> comparison planned/actual, quite elegant.
> We're still hunting examples of people who are building great
> visualisations and for your thoughts on how effective they are at
> conveying information! Let us know any thoughts,
> Lucy Chambers
> Community Coordinator,
> OpenSpending & Data Journalism
> Open Knowledge Foundation
> Skype: lucyfediachambers
> Twitter: @lucyfedia
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