Afternoon Thread: Best Visualization of 2009?

Posted to Discussion  |  Nathan Yau

The end of 2009 is looming, and it’s about time to make this year’s picks for best visualizations. I was sifting through the archives the other day. The selection is going to be tough. I need your help.

What was the best visualization of 2009?

It can be something I’ve posted or not; it can be serious or humorous; interactive or for print; art or analytical; map or chart. To jog your memory, here is some of the visualization stuff we’ve seen this year, and here are my picks for last year for reference.

So what do you think?

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