In the New York Times article, "Obama Budget Seeks Deal in Mix of Cuts and Spending," the author uses large data sets of President Obama's 2014 budget.
The author includes a link to the actual 2014 budget proposal, allowing the reader to find the information about the budget on areas that they are interested in. The article also uses some of the data to explain possible repercussions of the budget proposal and the opinions of different politicians on the budget proposal. The article also links to an interactive graphics, where the reader can compare the president's proposal to proposals from both parties and historical averages. The interactive graphic also shows what percentage of the budget proposal would be covered by deficit spending and revenue spending. To make the interactive graphic, the reported would have to have knowledge of a computer program that makes graphics. The reporter would have had to look at several budget proposals to create the interactive graphic. The interactive graphic would engage the reader, by allowing them to compare different budget proposals.