BARCELONA FINALISTS 2018
Internal Migration in the City of Barcelona (2016)
Description: One of the main challenges that Barcelona is facing nowadays is the process of gentrification in the city. The aim of this dataviz is to better understand changes in home addresses in neighbourhoods.
Author/s: Albert Carbonell i Lluís Barril
Usage of the bicing service in Barcelona
Description: This interactive map helps visualise the usage of the Bicing service in Barcelona during the day. As such. it is possible to draw conclusions about which areas of the city lack available bicycles in order to improve this service.
Author/s: Josep Sitjar Suñer (SIGTE)
Where do people like you live?
Description: Urban segregation implies sorting population groups according to their social and demographic characteristics. This dataviz offers an in-depth analysis of how social groups are distributed across neighbourhoods throughout the city of Barcelona.
Author/s: Sabina Batlle Baró
What social reality crosses the L1 line?
Description: This project contemplates the breadth of the social reality along a single underground line such as the L1. The perspective of the study is not a traditional point of reference such as a neighbourhood. This dataviz analyses how the unemployment rate or tourist flats licences vary as the underground line goes from one stop to another.
BCN Open Data Maps / Citizen petitions managed by the City of Barcelona in the first semester of 2018
Description: What type of requests do citizens make to the City Council? What channels do people from Barcelona use to get in touch with the municipality? What are the neighbourhoods that require most implication from the local council? This interactive map shows citizens’ requests managed by the City Council of Barcelona during the first semester of 2018.
Author/s: Jorge Rodríguez, Miguel Mayorga, María Pía Fontana
Incidents and other contacts made in the Barcelona City Council
Description: This graph showcases what kind of contact citizens establish with the Barcelona City Council. It shows what kind of petitions people from Barcelona contact the local council for; e.g. complaints, enquiries, incidents or other reasons. It also shows which neighbourhoods are the most active and whether there is an increase in enquiries year by year.
Author/s: Marc Fresquet Rius
Theme: Public space
Analysis of Public Spaces in Barcelona: Name vs. Form
Description: Why are the public spaces in Barcelona called what they are called? This chart describes the names of public spaces in Barcelona taking into account two values: the evolution of the role of men and women and the most influential professions as well as important milestones in the construction of the city.
Author/s: Hourcouripe María Florencia Gonzalez Sofia
BCN Assist: Map of basic and free services for people at risk of social exclusion
Description: Many people who come to live in Barcelona find themselves in a precarious situation, however, they tend to have a mobile phone amongst their limited resources. This dataviz in the format of a map shows people at risk of social exclusion how they can inform themselves about the basic and free services available in the city.
Author/s: Maria Macià Coma
Theme: Social Portrait
Aging and disability: a challenge present and future
Description: Meeting the needs of people with disabilities and managing an ageing population both now and in the future are two high priority challenges which smart cities such as Barcelona are facing. This graph provides a detailed analysis of these two groups of citizens and the public services available to meet their needs.
Author/s: Blanca Cegarra i Sandra Edo (Equip tècnic de l'Observatori de la Discapacitat Física)
Description: This visual data set provides information about the demographic and social characteristics of the city to help citizens understand their behaviour. What is the life expectancy of people living in Barcelona? What names do we choose for our children? What is the origin of people coming to live in the city?
Author/s: Xavier Vivancos García