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Data Visualization

Introduction to data visualization resources at the Georgia Tech Library

Introduction to resources for infographics

From this page you can learn more about some popular web-based tools for creating Infographics: PiktoChart, Infogram, Easyly.

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Piktochart

Piktochart is an easy-to-use infographics editor that enable drag and drop and point and click interactions. It comes with a library of 600 templates (some of them are for premium . Users can simply edit, publish, download and print from the site. 

Note: Piktochart is free, but graphics made under the free tier have a Piktochart watermark.

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Infogram

Infogram is an infographics creator that offers over 40+ chart types for free. It could be used to create data report in a high quality medium, to visualize social media information on interactive and live dashboards. Users can import data from multiple sources, including spreadsheets, google drive, and csv files.

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Easyly

Easel.ly is another drag and drop tool to create infographics and comes with thousands of infographic templates. The ease of use is comparable to canva. Easel.ly also provides access to hundreds of articles and webinars to help inspire your work.

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