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Make charts & infographics that people love

Infogram is a data visualization company that helps people create charts, infographics, maps and reports.

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Infographic maker based on visual language

Adioma creates information graphics out of your textual data, using timelines, grids and icons. Made by designers, it takes your information and automatically follows the rules of information design to present it clearly, and beautifully.

Shimone Samuel- Product Manager
Text-based flowchart creation. Steep price but powerful, flexible and most importantly - generated by text and tab spaces.
Anna Vital talks with John Furrier at Girls in Tech, Amplify Women's Pitch Night in San Francisco, Ca. #AMPLIFY #theCUBE
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Visme for Infographics

Create infographics in minutes from ready-made blocks.

Payman Taei- Founder, Visme
You can create as Presentation when you create the Ebook; and each slide will be in essence a page. If you want it to be online ebook; then you can add all interactivity you want. Or static so it can be also downloaded as PDF. Visme was used to create our own eBook in this case for infographics. You can check it out here:… See more
Think of it as a marriage between key features of a presentation tool married with common design features to help you create a variety of visual content be it a Presentation, an Infographic, reports, and even social and web graphics.
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Visual explanations of web development topics

I spent countless hours struggling to learn basic (but challenging!) web development concepts like CSS positioning, callbacks and Model-View-Controller.

I felt that putting the analogy at the center of the lesson might be a better way to teach.

The tutorials use real-world concepts to explain web development.

Kevin's full list of analogy articles and tutorials: See more
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Reflect Studio v2

Create beautiful, interactive charts without writing code

Reflect Studio v2 is the easiest way for product teams to build a beautiful, interactive data product without having to write a ton of custom code. Its all kinds of awesome.

Reflect Blog
We're excited to announce Reflect Studio Version 2.0 (v2), an authoring tool that lets you create beautiful, interactive data visualizations without writing code. Two years ago, Reflect launched a mostly code-based data visualization platform and APIs aimed at software developers building analytics and reporting into their software products.
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The Visualization Universe

Catalog of all chart types and tools to build them

All chart types and tools in a single visualization ranked by popularity and rise in popularity. This catalogue explains the meaning of each chart and the tools that make them. You can use it to look up their meaning when you visualize your data or stories.

Search interest data is updated daily.

What does an information designer with access to Google Trend data do? Make a data viz about data viz. At least, that's what the designer Anna Vital did. Her interactive graphic, called The Visualization Universe, uses 10,000 data points to show how different types of charts have varied in popularity over the past 12 months, based on how many people searched… See more
Our latest Google News Lab's visualization ( see the entire series and read about them ) is pretty meta-referential: Designer Anna Vital ...
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What is a good tool to make Several Startup Graphs easily Like : Growth Graph, Curve, MRR, ARR etc.

Mathew AdeniyiDeveloper, Membersdrive
Infogram - Make charts & infographics that people love
"Absolutely love Infogram and their interactive graphs."

What are the best tools for data visualization for non developers?

Larisa DeacUX/UI Designer
Google Data Studio - Live, interactive reports and dashboards for Google data
"Simple to use, Free tier (for now) Lots of data sources supported including CSV file upload and Google sheets. You can use more technical o… See more
Forest Admin - Your back office, redefined.
"If you're storing the data you want to analyze/visualize in a database, Forest Admin back office solution could probably be a potential sol… See more
Parabola 2.0 - Automate manual processes without spreadsheets or code
"Parabola makes it easy to pull in data from multiple sources, transform it, and push it to visualization tools, like Geckoboard. You can do… See more

What is the best tool to create infographics?

Srinivasan RFounder, Aggu.
Canva - Amazingly simple graphic design
"Canva makes graphic design amazingly simple."
Infogram - Make charts & infographics that people love
"Infogram is a great tool for data visualization."

What do you think is the best service for creating infographics?

Semyon GleimCEO Paymon, we make the world more free
Infogram - Make charts & infographics that people love
"I would recommend you to try Infogram if you want to communicate data and complex ideas in your infographic."
Canva - Amazingly simple graphic design
"I like canva, easy to use for someone without a design background, great interface and quite affordable." - Easy to use Infographics creator
"They have a pretty wide range of infographics collection. Good luck! :)"
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