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Paris en 32 chiffres. Britain's 100 years of conflict. Improving data visualisation for the public sector. HERE IS TODAY. Infographics. The Gold Series: Unearthing The World's Gold Supply This infographic, part two in our 2014 Gold Series, covers the full supply picture behind the yellow metal.
Within the planet’s crust, there is only 1 gram of gold for every 250 tonnes (550,000 lbs) of earth. Gold’s rarity means that finding economic deposits is extremely difficult. To understand how gold mining and supply work, we must first unearth how gold deposits form. Read More Medical Marijuana in Canada The number patients that have authorization to medical marijuana in Canada is expected to increase from 41,384 today to 309,000 by 2024. Wearable Technology Wearable technology has been around in some form since the 17th century; however, it is only in the last five years that it has emerged as a game changer for both consumers and business.
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Try our postcards printing today and get to see the quality of Online Color Printing at PsPrint. Tags Charts Collections Free Infographics infor graphic design Stats You Might Also Like 5 years ago InspirationCollections Typography Art: 30 wonderful handmade fonts Read More Typography Art: 30 wonderful handmade fonts PrintMiscellaneousCollections 22 funny and clever Durex ads Read More 22 funny and clever Durex ads Comments. The 22 Best Infographics We Found In 2011. 2011 was a huge year for infographic design. Large companies embraced data renderings as a business strategy like never before, whether it was to promote their brand (GE) or bolster their bottom line (the New York Times). Nowhere was that more evident than at Facebook. Timeline, the site’s most ambitious redesign to date, brought the central tenet of data viz--organizing unwieldy bits and bobs into a compelling, visual narrative--to millions of people around the world.
As infographics go mainstream, infographic designers grow bolder. Some of the most tantalizing projects we came across this past year stretched our understanding of what a data visualization can be: It can be a set of interactive commuter-train maps plotted not according to distance but time. We can’t wait to see where the discipline goes next. 50 Informative and Well-Designed Infographics. It’s impossible to comprehend complex data or analyze large amounts of information, if we only use words or texts.
Information graphics or better known as infographics are visual explanation of data, information or knowledge. These graphics are excellent visual tools for explaining huge amounts of information where complex data needs to be explained immediately and clearly. Let me show you how Rick Mans explain how infographics ease the process of communicating conceptual information Image credit. Infographic is one of the most challenging types of graphic design because the creation process alone is pretty intensive. We are truly delighted to show you these brilliant and informative infographics created by various talented individuals. Recommended Reading: More Infographic related posts. 50 Years of Space Exploration. Disney vs Marvel. Grand Mosque. High Rise. Relief Wells & Subsea Containment. Prism Social Media 2010. Genes and Society: Cloning. Flickr User Model. Crude Awakening. Column Five Media.
S Best Videos, Infographics, Podcasts, and Slideshows of 2011 - Sarah Green - Our Editors. By Sarah Green | 11:13 AM December 29, 2011 As you take some time to reflect, relax, and renew before the year to come, we offer you our most popular multimedia content from the year that was: podcasts, videos, slideshows, and infographics that we hope help you chart a successful course in 2012.
First off, our most popular podcast this year was Justin Fox’s interview with Bob Pozen, “Productivity Secrets of a Very Busy Man.” Perhaps if I, too, were willing to eat the same bowl of cold cereal every morning — all in the name of simplifying and streamlining — I could be as prolifically perspicacious as the Harvard Business School lecturer. (Well, a girl can dream.) Our most-read slideshow in 2011 was “Difficult Conversations: Nine Common Mistakes.” Our most-watched video was “Rethinking Capitalism” with Harvard Business School professor Michael Porter. SlideshowThe Volatile U.S.
Looking ahead, businesses in all sectors will continue to grapple with the challenge of constant change. Creative Infographic Design & Information Graphics. The Last 10 Years...Visually. Power of Data Visualization - An infographic inspiration site. Infographic Designs for Inspiration. Infographics play an important role when conveying information, they need to have eye catching designs which grab the viewers attention and show the info in a clear & simple fashion and must not be complicated.
Sometimes analyzing data using only text and words can be boring and difficult to understand. Information Graphics are the best tool when you want to explain knowledge, data and information.These types of graphics are fantastic tools for visually explaining information, allowing the viewer to understand the data in a matter of seconds or minutes. Infographic is one of the most complicated types of graphics because the development process alone is pretty intense. Exploring details is a very long process of getting details that takes both your time and commitment for acquiring practical and correct details. After that, the developer must be able to make a powerful visible effect that accurately shows the details in way that is logical and combination with the overall style. Ainsley. Cool Infographics - Blog.
An infographic is a visual representation of information. London Transport Infographics, 1912-1969. The Cool Infographics 2011 Gallery...A Pinterest Experiment. Check out the Cool Infographics 2011 Gallery!
I’m trying an experiment using Pinterest to create a one-page, visual gallery of the infographics I post. On this board I have pinned every post from the Cool Infographics blog from last year, and it makes a really nice, visual way to browse through the infographics I have shared. One of the reasons I wanted to play around with Pinterest is that it displays the entire (sometimes very long) infographic, not just a square thumbnail like many galleries. In general, I keep the 10 most current posts on the front page of the blog. Once they scroll off the front page, of course their traffic and visibility drops off dramatically. Because infographics is, by definition, a visual media, I think people would be more likely to find examples they like and inspiration for their own type of design if there was a better way to browse.
I am absolutely looking for feedback, so please leave your thoughts in the comments. Cheers! Randy. Best of the visualisation web… January 2012 (part 2) At the end of each month I pull together a collection of links to some of the most relevant, interesting or thought-provoking web content I’ve come across during the previous month.
If you follow me on Twitter and Google+ you will see many of these items shared as soon as I find them. Here’s part two of the latest collection from January 2012 (see part one): Periscopic | Flavour of the moment, Periscopic, featured in the Feb issue of Print Magazine | Article Premise | Tom Steinberg proposes that “there are only two kinds of data visualization in the modern world.
They are Story Visualizations and Answer Visualizations” | Article Presentation Zen | 10 great books to help you think, create, & communicate better in 2012 | Books Fast Co Design | Article which discusses the findings of a research paper from Dartmouth College which suggests “Infographics Can Save Morons From Themselves” | Article Stamen | Review of what the celebrated design studio achieved during 2011 | Article 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. WeLoveDatavis. Browsing visualizations. Chart Porn. 15 examples. Data Visualization is a method of presenting information in a graphical form.
Good data visualization should appear as if it is a work of art. This intrigues the viewer and draws them in so that they can further investigate the data and info that the graphic represents. In this post there are 15 stunning examples of Data Visualization that are true works of art. Click on the title or image for a larger view of each visualization. The Strengths of Nations Here’s an image that discusses the variations in how different nations pursue science. Madrid.Citymurmur CityMurmur tries to understand and visualize how media attention reshapes the urban space and city. Genome Jules & Jim This visual represents the relationship between characters in the movie Jules & Jim. One Week of the Guardian This is one day in a series that takes the news from one week of the Guardian newspaper, and visually represents it as a series of static visualisations.
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I know that sometimes it can be difficult to find inspiration, which is why I want to help you out. About a week ago, I was checking out the Visualy blog when I came across a super cool post by Visually’s Visualization Architect, Drew Skau. In his post, Drew outlines six totally cool sites to help satisfy your recommended daily dose of data visualizations. So without further ado here’s Drew’s data visualization hit list: I Love Charts – Admittedly the most lighthearted recourse on the list, I Love Charts features several new visualizations each day. Daily Infographic – Another daily visualization site is Daily Infographic.
So there you have it. Image Source: www.iStockphoto.com Related. Matt Stiles // The Daily Viz. A Periodic Table of Visualization Methods. 20 Great Visualizations of 2011. As the popularity of visualizations grows, so does their range and quality. Here’s a list of 20 of the best Static Visualizations, Interactive Visualizations, and Information Videos from 2011. (Note: while they are numbered for your convenience, the entries are not ranked.) Static Visualizations Often, static infographics are created without much thought, just as fodder to get clicks on the web. These eight, however, are well-considered visualizations that do a fantastic job of conveying information.1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Interactive Visualizations Interactives are in a different league from static infographics. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.
Information Videos Information Videos are a great way to tell a story. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. Drew Skau is a PhD Computer Science Visualization student at UNCC, with an undergraduate degree in Architecture. To complete the subscription process and receive your ebook, please click the link in the email we just sent you. What Are The Odds? What are the odds? What are the odds that you exist, as you, today? Author Ali Binazir attemps to quantify the probability that you came about and exist as you today, and reveals that the odds of you existing are almost zero.
LET'S START SMALL What is the probability of your dad meeting your mom? Though the world was smaller 20 years ago, your dad could have met almost 200 million of its women (go dad!) But over 25 years, he probably met around 10,000 women. BUT WE KNOW HOW TRICKY LOVE CAN BE. So far, the combines odds of you being here are: 1 in 40,000,000 That is about the size of the population of California. NOW THINGS ARE GOING TO GET PRETTY INTERESTING Why? What are the odds that the 1 egg... BUT WE'RE JUST GETTING STARTED Because your existence here, now, and on planet earth presupposes another supremely unlikely and utterly undeniable chain of events. What are the odds that you lineage remained unbroken for the length of human existence? How large is that number? (Weeeee!) Curiosity counts: Archive.
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Information Is Beautiful. Healthy magination. Infographic Of The Day: Could A Tool Like This Turn Every M.D. Into Dr. House? When you visit the doctor complaining of a cough or stomach pain, they usually seem to know what to do: They'll ask if you have trouble breathing, or check your heart rate. But it's all a little baffling: What are they checking for?
What illnesses could it be? This remarkable new infographic by GE, working with MIT's SENSEable City Lab, peels back how various symptoms of illness are linked, giving you a tantalizing look into the mind of a doctor. The interactive chart is powered by 7.2 million medical records, gathered between 2005 and 2010. Using these, MIT's data wizards were able to figure out how often one symptom was linked to another. [Click to see interactive version] And here are the symptoms most commonly linked to a cough: The color coding, as you can guess, indicates the basic category that a symptom falls under.
Systems like these might also lower medical costs: Doctors routinely screen for farfetched diseases, just to eliminate them as a possibility. Celebrating Excellence in Data Visualization and Information Design. Visualizing Data at the Oxford Internet Institute. OWNI Data en forme. Les data en forme. Information aesthetics. Demonstrative. Business Graphics Library - Billion Dollar Graphics.
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