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Greece on Brink of Financial Collapse

A European Union (EU) flag, left, and Greek national flag fly near the Parthenon temple on Acropolis hill in Athens, Greece, on Monday, Oct. 31, 2011. Europe's plan to solve the region's debt crisis made credit-default swaps covering Greece "ineffective," Moody's Investors Service said. Photographer: Angelos Tzortzinis/Bloomberg via Getty Images

Greece finds itself in a deep hole with its position in the Eurozone and even the European Union after the country refuses to pay back 1.6 billion euros, roughly about $1.8 billion dollars in a loan to the International Monetary Fund, according to the New York Times. If Greece cannot make the payment by Tuesday,…

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Infogr.am Google Analytics Integration

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To make it even faster to import data into Infogr.am, we’ve added a Google Analytics integration. That means you can connect your Google Analytics account and create reports by dragging and dropping charts into an infographic template. Infogr.am will pull the information from your account and automatically fill charts with your data. There are 13…

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Infogr.am Offers Free 30-Day Trial to New Users Seeking Quick Visualization of Infographics and Charts

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Visualized data in the form of charts, graphs and infographics can drive up to 12 percent more traffic to a website. We are now offering a free 30-day trial to new users to test-drive our enhanced professional and business features. Users will experience the full benefits of the Infogr.am platform, such as premium themes, real-time…

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Three Myths on Data Journalism and How to Overcome Them

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Data-driven journalism is an evolving field within journalism. News publications are beginning to integrate data units in the newsroom to help put together charts, data, infographics, and other data visualization elements. And too often traditional journalists are scared of data journalism. There are many myths about what it entails, but they are not all necessarily…

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Police-related deaths continue to rise in the United States

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All the chaos that has erupted throughout the United States this past year has been revolving around one group: police enforcement. The police or police force is defined as an organized civil force for maintaining order, preventing and detecting crime. Questionable situations like the Michael Brown shooting in Missouri make us wonder whether we should…

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Join Our Webinars in Summer

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This summer we decided to present some very exciting webinars for data journalists, social media gurus and curious data-storytellers eager to get the full power of Infogr.am in their hands. Join our upcoming webinars and learn how to work with leaked data, how to create insightful social media reports and what can you achieve with Infogr.am.

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