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