Using Interactive Graphics to Present Data
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Create a chart in 3 easy steps!
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Create charts, infographics, maps and even reports using Infogram’s intuitive drag-and-drop editor. Infogram offers a free basic plan which allows you to create up to 10 projects, with over 37 interactive chart types to choose from.
Here, advocates for children’s rights and well-being Eurochild, used Infogram’s map option to visualise child poverty rates in Europe.
Hovering over the individual countries will reveal the exact percentage of children at risk, and Eurochild’s recommendations on tackling the issue. The bar below the map allows readers to filter the map by the different percentage ranges.
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Want to create a map similar to the example above? Watch this video.
Additional Tips: 5 ways to present your data effectively
Before creating your interactive graphics, here are Infogram’s recommendations on how to present your data more effectively for impact:
- Define your message
- Clean and organise your data
- Pick the right chart type
- Simplicity is Key
- Create a narrative