This fall WestGrid and Compute Canada hosted their annual Visualize This! competition, featuring Orlando’s first linked dataset in its Humanities category. The results are in and we congratulate all participants, including the first- and third-place winners, Philippe Nazair (Université du Québec à Rimouski and MERIDIAN Consortium) and Catherine Winters (Digital Humanities Innovation Lab, Simon Fraser University) who created Orlando visualizations. We’re delighted to see Orlando’s feminist literary history explored and represented in new ways. Check out the results announcement for more information about the winning submissions.