Interactive Data Visualization Shows How US Taxes Are Spent

Interactive Data Visualization Shows How US Taxes Are Spent

An official government website allows citizens to see where their money goes.

Scott Mioduszewski
  • 15 july 2010 is an official government website that allows citizens to browse how tax dollars are spent—including seeing who gets government contracts and how much was awarded.

But what makes this site really interesting is the interactivity which makes it easy to use and find information, as well as how it encourages users to explore the vast amount of data. People can browse contracts and grants, see trending searches, and view the data in a variety of graphs that give new understanding to how money is spent in America.

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