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The Pudding Dec 3
🚨Drumroll Please! 🚨We're excited to announce the winners of The Pudding Cup! It was beyond challenging to narrow down the 100s of entries we received, but our panel of judges has crowned these data and visually-driven stories as the best of the year 🏆
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The Pudding Dec 3
Replying to @ericwilliamlin
Here are the winners of the passion tier (in no particular order): Casting Shakespeare by "It brings up the little anecdotes and details that makes this dataset more interesting and even funny, in a way that is not intrusive..."
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Twelve years in South Africa's schools by and "I'm always looking for a "whoa" moment in a data story, and that's what this story delivers."
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Replying to @johnwmillr
Trucks and beer by "This piece turned all of my anecdotal experiences into cold hard data, and I loved every minute of it."
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The Pudding Dec 3
Replying to @abcnews
And in our paid tier (in no particular order): How hard is it to make a believable deepfake? from the team at "I thought it was not only fun and novel in its execution, but a great example of explanatory, visually-driven journalism"
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How to forecast an American's vote from the team at "Next level data modeling presented with remarkable clarity."
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The Pudding Dec 3
Replying to @puddingviz
Italia - The Airship Crash Chronicle from the team at @tassru_eng "An impressive combination of narrative, coupled with an immersive assortment of viz, photos, and video."
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The Pudding Dec 3
Replying to @puddingviz
Congratulations to all of the winners and huge thanks to everyone who submitted for letting us check out your amazing work! Find more of our other favorites here:
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David Wilson Dec 11
I'm depressed that even very young white urban highly educated women are still just as likely to be Dem as Republican :(
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