Projet signalé par Alberto Cairo, très intéressant.
Beginning of a presidency:
inauguration speeches in search
See past presidential inauguration speeches through search. Roll over the speeches below to see which subjects resonated on Google
Inaugurate: bringing Search trends to the speeches that shaped presidencies – Google News Lab – Medium
Simon Rogers (ancien data journalist at The Guardian)
Inaugurate: bringing Search trends to the speeches that shaped presidencies
As the 45th President of the United States gets sworn in this week, we thought it would be interesting to set Presidential Inauguration speeches in context — who is the top trending president? What speeches have been most popular over the years? That is where Inaugurate comes in.
Inaugurate is an interactive guide to presidential inauguration speeches through the lens of Google Search, built by Jan Willem Tulp of Tulp Interactive in connection with the Google News Lab and art director Alberto Cairo.
Will Trump speech meet ’God’ average for inaugural addresses?
f Donald Trump’s inaugural address is anything like his predecessors’, there will be a lot of God in it.
A new interactive built by GoogleNews Labs shows that God was the most common theme mentioned by presidents in the 11 most searched inaugural addresses.
Trump has been unconventional in many ways, including the fact that unlike many politicians, he does not habitually end his speeches with “... and God bless the United States of America.” But for the inaugural address, a reference to the almighty is pretty much a baseline requirement, particularly since Trump was elected with strong support from evangelical voters.
How is the world searching for the US Presidential Election? A Data Visualisation from the Google News Lab. | Simon Rogers
The US Presidential election is not just being watched in America. From Indiana to India, each development is being intently followed by people across the globe.
Those people are also searching about the election online — and that’s whereworldpotus.com comes in.
Along with Accurat, a design group headed by Gabriele Rossi, Simone Quadri and Giorgia Lupi (of Dear Data fame), we built a data visualisation that shows search interest in the U.S. Presidential candidates and top political issues. The data viz is part of a series of experiments to work with great designers to find new ways of using Google data in newsrooms.