06-27-2022 07:48 AM
As an example for this work, a dataset was selected that includes information about the participation of Women in the Olympic Games. You are invited to consider four screens, two of which show percentages for different categories. The first screen shows statistics on changes in the number of women participating in the Summer and Winter Olympic Games. The second one provides information on how the number of summer disciplines in which women participated has changed.
This dashboard is based on real data and created as part of a training program.
Made by a student of St. Petersburg State Technological University, Faculty of Economics and Management, direction "Business Informatics".
During the analysis, we came to the following results:
At the first Olympic Games, the percentage of female participants was only 2%, and at the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo, this percentage was 48.8%.
The same positive dynamics is observed at the Winter Olympics: 4.3% and 45.4% at the Beijing Games.
Not only the number of participants of the Olympic Games is growing, but also the number of disciplines in which they can participate. Now at the Summer Games, girls participate in 174 sports, instead of 2.
Women were not allowed to attend the first Games, and now they perform in all kinds, there are even two – only for them: synchronized swimming and rhythmic gymnastics
In Atlanta in 1996, 34% of the participants were women, and at the Tokyo Games the representation grew to 48.8% - this is a record. It is planned that already in Paris-2024 there will be a perfect balance.
Simple and tasteful. Excellent design, nothing superfluous, and the information that the dashboard carries is also clear.
amazing design and quite an interesting topic for data analysis, very well done
This topic is very interesting!. I wish there was more material on it.
In my opinion, a little more information needs to be added to make the dashboard perfect.
In my opinion, this dashboard is very professional!
Interesting information, beautiful design! It would be better to add a separation between the graphs so that they do not merge with each other and it is easier to read
I would like to see a little more graphs, but in general the work is very interesting and pleasing to the eye.
Very interesting information, good job!
When everything has a consistent structure, it is easier for users to work with the interface — they find everything where they expect. Thanks!
A very interesting dashboard. I would be interested to know which sport is most popular among women
Understandable visualization and interesting topic
Very interesting topic!