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The Information is Beautiful Awards aim to celebrate excellence and beauty in data visualizations, infographics and information art. Check out these stunning visualizations on a variety of topics including Internet censorship, symphonic complexities, and war casualties.
Explore global data and macro-trends through interactive, time-based maps and graphs. Covers major aspects of global development such as: Environment, Health, Energy, Gender, Economy, Demography and Governance. Data is downloadable, and user can also access lesson plans, videos, and more.
Upload your data to create infographics, reports, posters, and presentations. Paid accounts are available, but you can publish and share your creations for free. Presentation mode is also available free of charge.
Created by IBM, Many Eyes allows you to browse for visualizations and datasets. In addition, you can also create and publish visualizations using your own or existing datasets. Many Eyes provides a number of visualization types including scatterplots, matrix charts, network diagrams, block histograms, treemaps, word clouds, and more.
Download this free tool to create, embed, and share interactive graphs, dashboards, maps, and tables using your own data. For inspiration, check out the site's gallery of visualizations on a variety of topics such as sports, social media, and government. Professional and personal editions of the product are available for purchase.
Graph, map and compare global development data on a variety of countries, topics, and indicators. Users can access datasets, tables, maps, charts, and more. A very rich site with endless possibilities for data visualization!
Hosted by the Colorado Department of Local Affairs, this site provides a variety of thematic PDF maps, interactive web maps and data visualizations, and downloadable GIS data (shp, csv, and kmz). Links to additional census and GIS resources.
Visualize world data from a variety of providers including World Bank, U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, Destatis, and more. Share or embed dynamic charts, graphs, and maps. You can also upload and publish your own data.
Locate, edit, create, and share infographics based on Google's research studies.
While DU's Center for Data Analysis and Information Visualization is no longer in operation, you can contact Meg Eastwood, the Science and Engineering Reference Librarian, for basic advice on data visualization.