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Links tagged with “infographics”

  1. The Functional Art: An Introduction to Information Graphics and Visualization: The first Massive Open Online Course about infographics and data visualization

    Free six-week online course starting 28th October, by Alberto Cairo, through the Knight Centre for Journalism, about infographics and data visualization. Sounds good.

  2. Creative Review - The Atlas of the Real World

    Some fascinating maps of the world representing stuff about each country… oh, just look. (via Booktwo)

  3. NGM Blog Central - The Cost of Care - National Geographic Magazine -

    Nice infographic. Not understandable in a very quick glance but it shows a lot of info after a couple of seconds. Also, the UK looks nicely average. (via Kottke)

  4. Visualizing empires decline on Vimeo

    Lovely visualisation of the expansion and contraction of four empires over 200 years. (via Long Now)

  5. Cartographer.js – thematic mapping for Google Maps

    Javascript library for mapping data nicely onto Google Maps. Area-scaled circles, choropleth, etc. (via Simon Willison)

  6. Op-Ed Columnist - Swan Songs? -

    On the changing state of the recorded music industry, mostly for the fascinating ‘Music Sales’ graphic on the left. (via Daring Fireball)

  7. Mycrocosm

    “A web service that allows you to share snippets of information from the minutiae of daily life in the form of simple statistical graphs.” Like Daytum? Love it. (via Haddock)

  8. Winner of the Personal Visualization Project is… | FlowingData

    Oodles of pretty and obsessive charting of personal data. (via Boing Boing)

  9. Stefanie Posavec “On the Map” (NOTCOT)

    Amazing infographic-like diagrams all based on Kerouac’s ‘On the Road’. Obsessively beautiful. (via Orlando’s Ffffound)

  10. HistoryShots Information Graphics - Prints

    Nice posters of timelines and similar infographics, along the lines of that one of Napoleon’s Russian campaign. Mostly American topics. (via Haddock)

  11. LastGraph: Home

    Create completely stunning and fascinating colourful graphs of your data. The best way I’ve ever seen of getting a good impression of what you’ve listened to. If only I had data for my whole life of listening. (via Plasticbag)

  12. Dion Hinchcliffe’s Web 2.0 Blog

    Lots of very funny, obfuscatory and incomprehensible diagrams about Web 2.0. Couldn’t be spoofed better. I thought diagrams were supposed to make things *simpler*. (via Haddock)

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