Online Labour Index wins in a University data visualisation competition
We are happy to announce that the Online Labour Index won the first prize in an annual OxTALENT competition organised by the University of Oxford IT services in the data visualisation category.
Here is a quote from the Jury:
“The judges felt that the Online Labour Index perfectly demonstrates the power of interactive visualisations. They were impressed by the use of the fledgling Interactive Data Network service to build this interactive dashboard using R and Shiny, and by the commitment to making both the data behind the visualisation and the code for the dashboard itself open access. They particularly appreciated the cleanliness of the dashboard design and the slightly unsubtle prompts to the viewer of the interactivity available to them. It was also clear from the submission that the visualisation has helped significantly in getting this topic discussed within government bodies.”
We are grateful to the University IT Services not only for the prize, but especially for the help and support they have provided to us during the project.
Note: This post was originally published on the OII's iLabour project blog on . It might have been updated since then in its original location. The post gives the views of the author(s), and not necessarily the position of the Oxford Internet Institute.