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Making Infographics Part of Your Visualization Toolkit

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Tuesday, February 19th 2013


In the last weeks Directions Magazine began adding infographics to the types of media we curate. These graphic representations of data and ideas are among the hottest things in the media today. Should geospatial professionals consider them as tools? Should the media build or share them? What are their pros and cons?

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The newest release of ArcGIS API for Silverlight supports the latest ArcGIS Online enhancements, Visual Studio 2012, and more. The free API lets you develop custom web mapping applications on the Microsoft Silverlight platform and integrate them with Visual Studio and Expression Blend. For more information and to download, visit esri.com/silverlight.

Show Notes

Snow Fall: The Avalanche at Tunnel Creek - Multimedia Feature - NYTimes.com
Infographic: 5 Most Entrepreneurial States in America - Forbes - Directions Magazine
Ideogram - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
What You Can Learn From These 10 Infographics
10 Fun Tools To Easily Make Your Own Infographics | Edudemic
GIS Interactive Infographic for ESRI on Behance
Infographics & Data Visualization | Visual.ly
Infographic - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Infographic: Local Mobile Wars - Directions Magazine
Infographic: Earth from Space: Landsat Satellites' 40-Year Legacy Explained - NASA - Directions Magazine
Infographic: Mapping Creates Jobs and Drive Economic Growth - Google Blog - Directions Magazine
Infographic: The Location Equation - MIPIM - Directions Magazine
Who buys all the flowers and jewelry on Valentine's Day? | SmartBlogs SmartBlogs


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