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Barcelona Finalists - Kobe Finalists


Theme: Mobility


Internal Migration in the City of Barcelona (2016)

Description: The changes of address between neighborhoods are one of the key data to study the gentrification processes in the city and, on the other hand, they are complicated reading data.The objective, then, is to understand better how the movement flows are. they are generated in the city.

Author/s: Albert Carbonell i Lluís Barril


Use of the bicing service in Barcelona

Description: Visualize the use of the bicing service in the city of Barcelona over a day.

Author/s: Josep Sitjar Suñer (SIGTE)


Where do people like you live?

Description: The objective of the visualization is to highlight the urban segregation in the neighborhoods of Barcelona. The dataviz allows interacting with a series of socio-demographic characteristics to see how the population groups on the urban surface are distributed.

Author/s: Sabina Batlle Baró


What social reality crosses the L1 line?

Description: What social reality crosses the L1 line? The objective is to see the social reality not from the neighborhood as a unit, as is traditionally done, but from the reality that we find on top of a metro line: look for a new way of understanding a dataset that also serves to explain the transportation of the city. The user can feel much more identified, and connect with the underground life with what goes on.

Author/s: Mediaurban



Theme: Incidents


BCN Open Data Maps / Citizen petitions managed by the City of Barcelona in the first semester of 2018

Description: Study of citizen requests managed by Barcelona City Council through an interactive map that allows navigation using filters and calculating statistics

Author/s: Jorge Rodríguez, Miguel Mayorga, María Pía Fontana


Incidents and other contacts made in the Barcelona City Council

Description: This visualization aims to show different contacts made by the citizens in the Barcelona City Council. The main objective is to analyze the time evolution of these contacts, to see if they increase year after year, as well as to visualize how the incidents are distributed by the different districts of the city. This tool can then serve to identify different needs depending on each district and be able to perform specific actions.

Author/s: Marc Fresquet Rius



Theme: Public space


Analysis of Public Spaces in Barcelona: Name vs. Form

Description: Public spaces are places where the active life of the citizenship takes place, it is a place where social discussion takes place.
Our project aims to analyze the names that were chosen for the public spaces of Barcelona in each period, to reflect:

  • On the evolution of the role of men and women and the most influential occupations
  • On the important milestones in the construction of Barcelona.

Author/s: Hourcouripe María Florencia Gonzalez Sofia


BCN Assist: Map of basic and free services for people at risk of social exclusion

Description: Many of the people who arrive or live in the city of Barcelona in precarious situations have - among their limited resources - a mobile phone. Starting from this reality, this dataviz wants to facilitate the location, access and contact with the offer of basic and free services that are in the city. The ultimate goal is to use technology to help reduce the risk of social exclusion of these groups.

Author/s: Maria Macià Coma



Theme: Social Portrait


Aging and disability: a challenge present and future

Description: Describe people with disabilities living in Barcelona and show that the aging population and disability are a new social challenge

Author/s: Blanca Cegarra i Sandra Edo (Equip tècnic de l'Observatori de la Discapacitat Física)


Discovering Barcelona

Description: Know and visualize some important demographic aspects of the city of Barcelona, such as population, immigration, emigration, birth and mortality. Additionally, we try to reason and justify the results obtained in the visualizations.

Author/s: Xavier Vivancos García