Let’s have a look at some of the best data journalism and multimedia pieces around the soccer World Cup in Brazil produced by the newsrooms around the world.
CartoDB/ Twitter: How Germany v Portugal played out on Twitter
Geotagged Tweets mentioning key terms around the World Cup game are shown on a timeline.
Bloomberg: World Cup predictions & results
Good idea with a high chance to spread virally: Let’s compare World Cup participants in different ways.
A look at the teams in a new way: do physical parameters define the performance on the field?
I also mentioned this visualization along with other new forms of digital storytelling in this post.
Great data analysis with a lot of value. More on digital storytelling formats from the New York Times here.
Sueddeutsche.de: Where do World Cup players come from?
The Washington Post: A field too far?
Which teams have to travel the farthest to play?
Yahoo: Data World Cup
You will find other examples of data-driven and multimedia World Cup coverage here:
– Datenjournalist: Blog by Lorenz Matzat
– OnMedia: Creative Ways of World Cup storytelling