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"If we let science do the talking you'd hear that the brain is a real sucker for visual information." JIU University
Info graphics are a visually stunning way to deliver facts and statistics. YOU can make YOUR own infographics to explain data. There are some great infographic portals like Statista you can use.

They also require lots of research, reading, and analysis to create.

Start with simple visuals, older students can work out formulas for areas of circles squares etc and represent them as proportional percentages, and make art math masterpieces. This turns data into a landscape you can explore with your eyes, an information map. We are all visualisers now. There is something quite magical about visual information it is effortless.



Check out this one from Junk charts
Snake Oil Supplements Scientific Evidence for nutritional supplements
Check out the rest of their data info at Information is Beautiful - use the menu bar to see the visuals.



The visual shows how often each key gets pressed relative to the rest for a given piano piece. It is a piano-looking histogram, named a Pianogram! You can take a look at the pre-loaded options, try uploading your own piano songs (MIDI files only), or download the pianogram as a PNG image. Enjoy!
This one is for chopsticks.



1. To represent data.
2. To tell a story.
3. To illustrate facts or research.
4. To illustrate a timeline.
5. To demonstrate a process, flowchart.
Take a look at the InfoGraphic - Thirteen Reasons Why your Brain Craved InfoGraphics


The Beauty of Data Visualization - David McCandless (stage 3 and up)
David McCandless turns complex data sets, like worldwide military spending, media buzz, and Facebook status updates, into beautiful, simple diagrams that tease out unseen patterns and connections. Good design, he suggests, is the best way to navigate information glut.
And it may just change the way we see the world.



Easelly - make your own info graphic online and download or share with others.
I love these simple infographics from Easelly
With two colours and two labels, it’s hard to miss each infographics big point. Especially the chickens.
Easelly allows users to create visual ideas online. You can choose from a series of templates or start from scratch and upload your own images.
CANVA is a fabulous option for creating iNFOGRAPHICS with Educational use for many pro features for FREE.
Here’s a lnk to an animated gif I made on Cattle Farm to Plate from one of the Canva templates.

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