A couple weeks ago, FlowingData ran another Visualize This challenge. I posted a dataset on the number of days it takes the average person in each state to pay his or her taxes and asked you to visualize it. The number of days vary, because tax burden varies state-by-state. The day all taxes have been paid is dubbed Tax Freedom Day. Alaska has the earliest Tax Freedom Day while Connecticut has it last.
Here are the interesting results you all came up with. Thanks to those who participated. Nice work all around.
Annie took a different route with an interactive calendar interface. This was definitely one of my favorites, partially because of the smooth interaction and partially probably because I wasn’t expecting it: