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Video: The Cat in the Hat Knows Data Visualization

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Cole Nussbaumer Knaflic is a well-respected data visualization author, speaker, and blogger. She also has three small children! So it’s no surprise that when given the opportunity to guest lecture at Stanford, she looked to her surroundings for inspiration. In this case, a TV show her kids love to watch – The Cat in the…

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Infogram Insights: Startup Failure Rates

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‘Infogram Insights’ offers a deeper look at relevant, newsworthy topics – visualized with Infogram. Every week we explore the data that is forever changing our world. The challenges faced by successful businesses are as diverse as the entrepreneurial landscape itself. And sometimes, a simple series of unexpected pitfalls and unwary mistakes can shatter dreams of becoming…

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Infogram Insights: Which City to Visit?

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‘Infogram Insights’ offers a deeper look at relevant, newsworthy topics – visualized with Infogram. Every week we explore the data that is forever changing our world. Traditionally, you might want to consider visiting popular destinations – Paris, New York or London – that have been welcoming millions of tourists every year for decades. But, you…

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5 Jaw Dropping Big Data Visualizations

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Charts and graphs are fairly simple to visualize when datasets are small. It’s when the datasets are bigger that things get interesting. Because it is easier than ever before to store massive amounts of data, people are struggling to figure out how to analyze and visualize the data they’ve collected. Lucky for us, a few…

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Video: Teachers and Students Learn Better with Infogram

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Infographics – the collection of facts, words, and images – can be used to teach any subject. Infogram is used in classrooms around the world by teachers as well as students, helping young minds achieve deeper learning. Our tool is simple and functional, allowing users to make complete infographics in just minutes. History teacher Oskars…

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The Place for Infographics in Inquiry-Led Research

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By Jenny Pieratt, CraftED Curriculum.  Inquiry-based learning, although enticing, can also be intimidating. One way to start small with IBL is through inquiry-led research. Take out the old research note cards, visit the local library, and dump it on its head – infographics can help you do this! Once students have developed a question and set…

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Infogram Insights: Grand Slam for Women’s Rights

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‘Infogram Insights’ offers a deeper look at relevant, newsworthy topics – visualized with Infogram. Every week we explore the data that is forever changing our world. On September 20, 1973, in a highly publicized “Battle of the Sexes” tennis match, top women’s player Billie Jean King, 29, beat Bobby Riggs, 55. Riggs was a former No. 1…

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Infogram Insights: Weak Passwords

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‘Infogram Insights’ offers a deeper look at relevant, newsworthy topics – visualized with Infogram. Every week we explore the data that is forever changing our world. In 2012, details of 117 million LinkedIn users were stolen, including, of course, the passwords. The information shared by LeakedSource revealed that a huge number of users chose passwords as dangerously simple as “123456” –…

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Infogram CEO Teams up with Prezi to Talk Data Presentations

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Data is everywhere! It’s important to be able to collect, analyze, and visualize the numbers in a compelling way. We know you want to present your data quickly, and you want it to be memorable. Sharing the right charts can be the key to a persuasive presentation. On September 8, Infogram CEO Mikko Järvenpää joined presentation platform…

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Video: David McCandless ‘Does My Graph Look Big in This?’

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Data is pretty serious, but it doesn’t have to be. London-based author, data-journalist and information designer David McCandless breaks down the humor found at the intersection of design, code, and raw data. ‘His blog and best-selling books Information Is Beautiful (2009) and Knowledge is Beautiful (2014) are dedicated to visualizing ideas, issues, knowledge and data…

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