Data of Thrones: create your own interactive Game of Thrones data visualizations
Apr 10, 2019
The final season premiere of Game of Thrones is just a few days away! With winter fast approaching, we’re more excited than ever to see what the Data of Thrones will show us — especially if we can discover a new twist or trend before it’s revealed to the world during the final season.
In the spirit of the Brotherhood of the Night’s Watch, we want to invite all of you dear readers to the Data of Thrones! Starting today, you can explore all of the Game of Thrones data we’ve been using — much of which was collected by Jeffrey Lancaster — to learn how much more screen time male characters get, how deadly each episode truly is, and make some wild predictions that turned out to be about 50% right.
So, what are you waiting for? Read on to learn more about the datasets we have available for exploration, or head over now to Data of Thrones on the Community to start exploring.
As you explore, post your findings on Community and share them with @LookerData on Twitter using #dataofthrones!
Game of Thrones script data and analysis
Sometimes, the pen can be mightier than the sword. See who is saying what the most, and who gets the most say by digging into the scripts of Game of Thrones.
Scene level details for Game of Thrones
Explore the series from a scene level and find insights about scene length, when characters marry, or where the most deaths took place.
Game of Thrones episode data
Explore the Game of Thrones episode data and find out more about the seasons and episodes that were the most murderous — or the most romantic.
Game of Thrones character data
Curious to know who’s gotten the most screentime over the entire season or which house is the most bloodthirsty? Find out the answers to these questions and more by exploring the character Game of Thrones data.
Winter is Here
Start exploring The Data of Thrones. We can’t wait to see what you find!
Disclaimer: Game of Thrones belongs to HBO and is not affiliated with Looker in any way.