The Chief Statistician's data visualization project on 2016 Census income data

On September 13, 2017, the Chief Statistician invited Canadians to create data visualization tools with income data from the 2016 Census.

Products were submitted through Statistics Canada's Twitter and Facebook social media accounts.

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Submissions

Submissions
Title Account Links to data visualization tools
Census Mapper: Income @vb_jens https://twitter.com/vb_jens/status/909467004704194560
Digestible Data : Income @digestible_data https://twitter.com/digestible_data/status/910339802427478016
Statistics Canada 2016 (Income) Census Visualization: Seniors low income @kkbellofficial https://twitter.com/kkbellofficial/status/909967129406971904
Statistics Canada 2016 (Income) Census Visualization @Tkrein94 https://twitter.com/Tkrein94/status/909967129159417856
Media Incomes from 2005 – 2016 by Sex @pcclrk https://twitter.com/pcclrk/status/913799180153323521
Share of Couples with Females as Higher Earner @bcshaffer https://twitter.com/bcshaffer/status/910741347367137280
Median After-Tax Income - Canada @bcshaffer https://twitter.com/bcshaffer/status/910741461905240066

Disclaimer

Statistics Canada does not validate statistical information submitted by contest participants. The data products displayed above reflect the authors' analysis and conclusions.

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