In the last quarter of 2015, Reuters graphics launched an exciting new product. Interactive graphics are now available to Reuters News Graphics Service clients. To utilise the graphics, clients can either embed a hyperlink or download the entire folder structure to easily edit and deploy on their own servers. Here’s a handful of examples that have been issued over the last few months. Launch content for a closer look and for full credits.
This interactive package looks at track statistics as well as results and standings as the season progressed. The data is supplied by a live feed, updating the charts and tables automatically after each race.
Claims on the South China Sea
The South China Sea dispute continues to dominate the news. This package of graphics gives good background on the claims as well as detailing the situation in the Spratly islands.
The top 50 non-financial U.S. companies in terms of cumulative amounts spent on stock repurchases since 2000 are now often giving more money back to shareholders in buybacks and dividends than they make in profits – the first time this has happened outside of recessionary periods.
A history of nuclear tests
This graphic was published recently after North Korea's latest detonation.
Passenger jets compared
This chart compares capacity and range of passenger jets to show how saturated certain areas of the market are. Comac and Mitsubishi both tested new regional jets towards the end of last year.
There are also a lot of financial indicators and election coverage provided in interactive form. I'll share more examples soon.