Click on the thumbnail images below to go to the full size interactive charts.
Please read the About page before contacting me with
any questions, comments, rants, etc about these charts.
(I'd love to hear any feedback people might have,
but there's no point in wasting both of our time
enquiring about something that's already in hand.)
The charts are designed for viewing on screens of 1920x1080 or higher
resolution. The interactive features are intended for use with mouse hovering
and clicking, but you can just about get away with a touch screen if that's
all you've got - it might be a bit fiddly though?
Regenerated charts, as some books (notably Ender's Game) were displaying
incorrect figures due to wrong editions being picked up; link to commentary
on BFA by Stephen Theaker.
TODO: Update supporting blurb based on comments/feedback at
Hover over the book dots or the finalists table to see the history of that
author in the given award/category; minor blurb and commentary tweaks; lots
of behnd-the-scenes code improvements that should reducem the possibility
of wrong rating counts being displayed.
Added preview images of the charts to the landing page (access logs indicate
a non-trivial number of visitors not clicking through to any pages, hopefully
this will be more involving?); added more content to the About page, other
Regenerated with latest ISFDB data to pick up all (?) of the 2019 award
finalists. Shouldn't be any visible functional change, but a fair bit of
code has been reworked to support generating these charts for datasets other
than award finalists, so apologise and please Tweet me if you see anything
broken. (None of the non-award charts have yet been published, as I'm still
fine-tuning things, but they cover things like all books reviewed in
particular magazines, books from particular publishers, books by particular
Updated with 2020 data. Added Goodreads Choice and Kitschies; removed
Seiun Best Translated Award due to weird display glitches, which on checking,
were present last year but which I never noticed at the time.