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Like all the infographics and dataviz you’ve been seeing in your feed?
Here are 5 tools for creating infographics and visualizations:
1. piktochart
2. easel.ly
3. info.gram

4. visual.ly
5. Tableau
Here are 2 tools for diagrams and wireframing:
1. OmniGraffle
2. Balsamiq
And here are 3 tools for other types of visual communication:
1. Make a video like the RSA Animated Series.

2. Make a timeline with Timeline JS
3. Or put together a remote presentation with Present.me
Click here for more in-depth descriptions of these programs.

Like all the infographics and dataviz you’ve been seeing in your feed?

Here are 5 tools for creating infographics and visualizations:

1. piktochart

2. easel.ly

3. info.gram

4. visual.ly

5. Tableau

Here are 2 tools for diagrams and wireframing:

1. OmniGraffle

2. Balsamiq

And here are 3 tools for other types of visual communication:

1. Make a video like the RSA Animated Series.

2. Make a timeline with Timeline JS

3. Or put together a remote presentation with Present.me

Click here for more in-depth descriptions of these programs.

Check out this new data viz tool that turns your data into text. 
Re-posted from sunfoundation:

New from Juice Labs: A visualization tool for exploring text data

Like our other free visualization tools in Juice Labs, the Comments visualization is designed for ease of use and sharing. Just drop in your own data, choose what fields you want to show as text and as values, and the visualization will immediately reflect your choices. The save button gives you a link that includes your data and settings.

Check out this new data viz tool that turns your data into text. 

Re-posted from sunfoundation:

New from Juice Labs: A visualization tool for exploring text data

Like our other free visualization tools in Juice Labs, the Comments visualization is designed for ease of use and sharing. Just drop in your own data, choose what fields you want to show as text and as values, and the visualization will immediately reflect your choices. The save button gives you a link that includes your data and settings.


Hold on to your freaking hat: This is easily the most astonishing data viz project we’ve seen all month.
We take it for granted that water comes from the tap, but we don’t  appreciate that it often has to travel hundreds, even thousands of miles  from its source to get where it’s ultimately consumed. David Wicks, a  masters student at UCLA, set about to fill that void, with Drawing Water, a project that’s equal parts data viz and art project.

Click through to see the rad video “Drawing Water.”
Infographic Of The Day: Where Does Your Water Come From?

Hold on to your freaking hat: This is easily the most astonishing data viz project we’ve seen all month.

We take it for granted that water comes from the tap, but we don’t appreciate that it often has to travel hundreds, even thousands of miles from its source to get where it’s ultimately consumed. David Wicks, a masters student at UCLA, set about to fill that void, with Drawing Water, a project that’s equal parts data viz and art project.

Click through to see the rad video “Drawing Water.”

Infographic Of The Day: Where Does Your Water Come From?