Krisztina Szucs and Mate Cziner’s ‘Economic Returns on Education’ has been selected as the winner of the OECD Visualization Challenge
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Economic Returns on Education has been awarded first prize in the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development’s inaugural global data visualization competition, beating off competition from hundreds of other entries.
Krisztina Szucs and Mate Cziner, creattors of the interactive graphic, were praised by the judges for its striking design and highlighting of phenomena unseen in the OECD’s own graphs.
Szucs and Cziner will receive $ 2,500, and one of them will be invited to attend the OECD Forum in Paris in May.
Click the image below to explore the visualisation. Use the arrows to change countries, and click the ‘about’ button for a more detailed explanation of what the different parts of the graphic represent.
An honourable mention was also awarded to That’s Edu, by Carlo Zapponi, which was praised for its friendly design and intuitive interface. Click the image below to explore and interact with the graphic.
The OECD competition, run in conjunction with data visualisation website Visualizing.org, invited entrants to submit graphics made using its Education at a Glance report. The judging panel was made up of Simon Rogers, Anthony Gooch and Andreas Schleicher.
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