Aleksey
Nozdryn-Plotnicki

Who Won The Olympics?
Space of Possible Values for Medals
Home

About
Contact
@alekseynp
email
Linkedin
Blog

Projects

Create Visualisations
Info Wheel (4-level)
Info Tree (4-level)
K-means Clustering
Global Games, Regional Sports
London 2012
Vancouver 2010
Passing Direction
Paid to Win
English Football Value
Who won the Olympics?
Selected Country:
1 =-
and
1 = -
1 =-
and
1 = -


Itís not as well designed and doesnít have the affordance that I would like, but Iím publishing today in its draft form.

Guidance for usage:

  • The 2◊2 space is created by valuing Golds between 1 and 10 Silvers and Bronzes between 0 and 1 Silvers. Depending on where you are in the space, the rankings are different.
  • Click a country in the rankings table on the right to see their information and thresholds
  • Click a region in the chart to see the ranking that corresponds to that combination of Gold and Bronze valuation.
  • Cross a red line to turn it blue and increase the ranking of your selected country. Conversely, cross a blue line to turn it red and decrease the ranking.
  • When hovering you can also see the rank for your selected country if you were to click
  • When hovering, the darker shaded regions are near to your current in terms of rank for your selected country, the lighter are further.