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Information Graphics Products

Information Graphics Products
Welcome! Created by GRAPHICACY our creative analytic design partner Timeplots are carefully crafted to provide a clear, comprehensive perspective of a specific subject. Every product is created to be lasting information art that reveals new patterns and details upon repeated viewings. We currently offer Visual Histories of the American Presidency, the US Supreme Court, the US Senate, the US House of Representatives, the Democratic Party and the Republican Party. We are working on other new plots, let us know what you would like to see!

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Export your calendar - Calendar Help With Google Calendar, you can export content from a specific calendar or from all your calendars at once. Exporting content from a specific calendar Follow these steps to export one of your calendars: OpenStreetMap Where am I? Export Manually select a different area 10 Tips for Designing Infographics « San Fran Beat Assuming you’re not working for a media corporation with huge graphics and statistics departments at your disposal, you may want to create some infographics for your own articles. With today’s flood of information, infographics allow readers to quickly digest and understand complex data. A good infographic will not only inform readers, but will also create interest and convince people to read your article similar to how good headlines and photos attract readers. In contrast, both boring and overly complex graphics will quickly convince readers to ignore your article. Here are 10 tips for designing better infographics (click the image examples to go to their original sites): 1) Be Concise: Design your infographic to convey one idea really well.

60 Seconds - Things That Happen On Internet Every Sixty Seconds [Infographic] (Build 20110413222027) World Wide Web is growing at rapid pace. On average, more than a billion new pages are added to it every day. To give you an idea of how big world wide web is, our Infographic 60 Seconds will cover some really interesting facts about websites that we use on day-to-day basis. Please Check - Things That Happen Every Sixty Seconds Part 2 Infographic by- The Guide to Strong Boundaries This post is long overdue. Since I wrote Models: Attract Women Through Honesty and mentioned the importance of maintaining strong personal boundaries, people have been asking me what boundaries actually are, what they look like, how to build them and maintain them, do they help that much, are they that important, do they stop your girlfriend from farting too much in her sleep, where are my keys, have you seen my keys, where are my damn keys? PSA: Setting strong personal boundaries are not a cure-all for your relationship woes (or your lost keys). In fact, they’re more of a side effect of having a healthy self-esteem and a general low level of neediness with people around you. Boundaries work both ways: they create emotional health and are created by people with emotional health. They are something you can start working on today with the people close to you and you’ll begin to notice a difference in your self-esteem, confidence, emotional stability, and so on.

The Features You’ll Love We think WordPress is awesome, but don’t take our word for it. Have a look at some of our favorite features, and learn how to build the site of your dreams with WordPress. Sign up to build your site. Get Social Share your work with the world. Publicize lets you connect your WordPress site to the most popular social networks — Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, LinkedIn, and more. Owning Wild Animals: Stats on Exotic Pets (Infographic) The escape of 50 exotic animals near Zanesville, Ohio, last month brought into the spotlight the complex issues, as well as dangers, of keeping wild animals as domestic pets. The incident happened Tuesday (Oct. 18) when resident Terry Thompson set loose his menagerie of lions, tigers, bears, monkeys and other animals from their cages before committing suicide. Authorities had little choice but to shoot and kill nearly 50 of the untamed animals before they injured people.

Three College Observatory Skip to Main Content The University of North Carolina at Greensboro Welcome to North Carolina's Three College Observatory The Three College Observatory, located at a dark-sky location in central North Carolina, contains a 0.81-meter reflecting telescope, one of the largest in the southeastern United States. The observatory opened in 1981 and is used for astronomical research, instruction of North Carolina college students, and sky observing by interested persons in the community. The Observatory is operated jointly by The University of North Carolina at Greensboro, North Carolina A & T State University, and Guilford College.

10 Best Data Visualization Projects of the Year – 2010 Data visualization and all things related continued its ascent this year with projects popping up all over the place. Some were good, and a lot were not so good. More than anything, I noticed a huge wave of big infographics this year. It was amusing at first, but then it kind of got out of hand when online education and insurance sites started to game the system.

PowerPoint: Create an Infographic by AJ George If you need to create an Infographic, there are better programs than PowerPoint that you could use. Photoshop would be a good choice, or maybe Fireworks. That being said, PowerPoint is likely on your office computer right now. Additionally, PowerPoint is often underutilized as a design platform and is surprisingly agile. One reason PowerPoint isn't the first program people think of for Infographics is that infographics are traditionally not the same size as a PowerPoint slide.

13 of the Year's Best Infographics Map of a New America by Neil Freeman. A radical re-mapping of the US that shows 50 states with equal population. (Larger version here).The Four Kinds of Dog by John Tomanio for National Geographic. The genetic breakdown of 85 common dog breeds, showing how much they fall into four broad categories: wolflike, mastifflike, herders, and hunters. We Feel Fine / Movements Movements We Feel Fine is divided into six discrete movements, each illuminating a different aspect of the chosen population. These movements are represented in the We Feel Fine applet.