Welcome to Infographics Blog! On this site you will see a wide variety of forms of data visualization. Some are funny, some are cool, some are interactive, and some are animated. All are reviewed along with explanations of the strong and weak points of the given infographic: how they handle aesthetics, data selection and presentation, how clever they are, and more.

Enjoy the best and worst of the infographic world, and feel free to leave a comment!

A Billion Degrees of Separation (Information is Beautiful)

What It Shows

This infographic takes the full spectrum of cold and hot temperature and populates it with things we know about or have done.
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Cheetah (Jacob O’Neal)

What It Shows

This infographic is an animated fact sheet all about the cheetah, with a specific focus on its speed (obviously).
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Cloud Atlas (Tom Morse-Brown & Lyn Brown)

What It Shows

This infographic maps the intense layers of connections between the multiple characters, stories, and actors in the movie Cloud Atlas.
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Tech Support Facts You Can’t Ignore (Radialpoint)

What It Shows

This infographic assembles a collection of tech support related facts, highlighting examples of inefficiencies and wastefulness.
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The Evolutionary Tree of Religion (Simon E. Davies)

What It Shows

This is a timeline infographic mapping the evolution of various religious lines, organized geographically.
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The Size of the Sun As Seen From Each Planet

What It Shows

Super simple, not much as far as style, but a fun concept done cleanly and clearly. This infographic shows relative sizes of the sun in the sky depending on which planet you would be looking at it from.
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Getting Over Acne (AcneTreatment)

What It Shows

This infographic gives an overview of acne suffering, people’s psychological relationships with acne, and treatment statistics.
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Apple Tree (Mike Vasilev)

What It Shows

This infographic shows the release timeline for Apple products, from the Apple I in 1976 to today’s iPad.
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Who’s Most Prone to Insomnia (Canada Drug Center)

What It Shows

This infographic presents a collection of statistics to do with sleeping disorders, insomnia in particular, and how it tends to be treated.
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Japan Earthquakes 2011 Visualization Map

What It Shows

This video infographic shows the map of Japan and marks the locations of 2011’s earthquakes. The magnitude of each earthquake is expressed in the size of the circle marking its location. It’s impossible to not react when the big one hits.
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