Video or it didn't happen!
Interactive and animated chart for the Leaderboard Awards. The data used in this chart was collected by Yann Guidon / YGDES over a period of more than 40 days.
Play with the data for yourself. Yes, the webpage is lousy for the moment, please look at the interactive data instead.
Data about 2017 Hackaday Prize projects was harvested by accessing hackaday.io web pages.
Attached files can be opened as spreadsheets, then filtered, sorted, aggregated and so on.
Google Sheet with sort/filter enabled: 12 hours before the end of the First Round
The above link was made with a data snapshot taken at 2017-05-01 05:01:09, Bucharest time, about 12 hours before the end of the First Round of the 2017 Hackaday Prize competition. The competition will continue with the next rounds. Good Luck to everybody!
The next two tables contains aggregated data (sorted pivot tables prepared from the above link)
Most Skulls - Top 100 by Likes (please note: this list is not about money, some of the Likes are not counted by the official Hackaday Money LeaderBoard, because LeaderBoard count only the remunerable Likes. This table sums ALL the Likes of the projects.)