A complex piece of work and vast statistics. This dashboard comprises over a century of Winter Olympics history. You can analyze the statistics broken down by various categories in tabs. Here are a few examples.
If we select 2014, we can see the countries with the largest number of medals won — 33 for Russia, 26 for Norway, 25 for Canada and so on. Next we can see the breakdown by gold, silver and bronze. The number of countries winning the medals, the total number of athletes and winners are highlighted as the key indicators.
Following the links we can go to other tabs. There we have a full list of top countries or athletes and the number of medals they won, as well as Venn's diagram. It shows who won which combinations of medals. For example, 18 countries won all kinds of medals, and only Slovakia had one gold. And only two sportsmen, Tora Berger from Norway and Shim Suk Hee from South Korea, won the full set of medals.