Cool Infographics and Data Visualizations

The History of Gun Laws [Infographic]

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Posted by Good Infographics | Posted on Wednesday, July 31, 2013 | Posted in , ,

This shooting.org infographic shows that nearly all major gun control acts throughout history have been in response to violent historical events where Americans were harmed by others using firearms. The infographic was created “to raise awareness of an issue important to us and millions of other Americans.”…to essentially, “help protect our rights.”

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YouTube Sensationalism [Infographic]

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Posted by Good Infographics | Posted on Tuesday, July 30, 2013 | Posted in , ,

Amazingly detailed infographic on YouTube sensationalism, including data on revenue, demographics, YouTube celebrities (and their respective revenue streams). Pretty fascinating and eye opening stuff. YouTube has become such an integral part of our society and the way we share, it's truly fascinating the kind of impact it's had on pop culture.

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via HostGator


Will the Xbox One Be Your Overly Attached Girlfriend? [Infographic]

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Posted by Good Infographics | Posted on Wednesday, July 24, 2013 | Posted in , ,

She loves you, she loves you not… What would be the answer if you asked this to your Xbox One? Of course she loves you. Find out why in our latest infographic.

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Via: kensington

How to Make Coffee and Share Fun Coffee Tips Like a Pro [Infographic]

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Posted by Good Infographics | Posted on Monday, July 22, 2013 | Posted in , ,

Improve your coffee knowledge and fatten your pockets with lots of frugal ways to enjoy a cup of coffee in the comforts of your home. Learn how to brew and prepare your favorite coffee blends and pick up perfect coffee pairings in this infographic from FinancesOnline.com.

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How to Make Coffee: Learn from Professionals How to Serve the Perfect Cup
Courtesy of: financesonline



Your Car, What's Most Likely To Go Wrong? [Infographic]

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Posted by Good Infographics | Posted on Wednesday, July 17, 2013 | Posted in

This infographic displays what cars usually fail on, tips, and general facts on car MOT's.

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Created by: Twwhite and Sons

The Brits That Cracked America [Infographic]

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Posted by Good Infographics | Posted on Tuesday, July 16, 2013 | Posted in ,

The world is shrinking—or it certainly seems that way, anyhow. Mobile technology, the Internet, and recent advances in communication and transportation have brought us closer together than ever before. So it is unsurprising that British and American cultures seem to be bleeding into one another more and more each day. Many of the same heartthrobs and celebrity superstars we cherish here in the UK are equally, and sometimes even more, famous in the US. From sports stars like David Beckham to music divas like Adele, Brits today have an enormous impact on American culture and exert a social influence that seems to increase daily. The three biggest superheroes of the silver screen, for example––Henry Cavill as Superman, Andrew Garfield as Spiderman, and Christian Bale as Batman––are all Brits.

While the trend of Brits making it big in the US is hardly new (bands like The Beatles and Led Zeppelin made their splash decades ago), these days it certainly seems to be building momentum. From Hollywood to Radio City Music Hall to the PGA Tour, Brits are figuring prominently into today’s American celebrity landscape.

To see which British celebrities made the list of most influential figures in the US, check out this great infographic by vouchercloud.net

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What Your Coffee Says About You [Infographic]

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Posted by Good Infographics | Posted on Monday, July 15, 2013 | Posted in , ,

Who doesn’t love to play the game of decoding the personalities of complete strangers with their choice of coffee, dog, sweater, what have you?

Go to town with this fun infographic courtesy of DoghouseDiaries!



Movin’ On Up: World’s Tallest Buildings [Infographic]

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Posted by Good Infographics | Posted on Thursday, July 11, 2013 | Posted in ,

The world’s most populous towns feature skylines of cloud-skimming skyscrapers. These immense buildings were once reserved for businesses, as residential areas expanded. Nowadays, however, these towering giants are becoming home sweet home to families around the globe.

Best Online Engineering Degrees has published an informative infographic on some of the tallest skyscrapers in the world, along with what they’re used for. This infographic also lists the tallest buildings in each US state, along with their uses

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Movin' On Up
Source: Best Online Engineering Degree

What Does Your Handwriting Say About You? [Infographic]

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Posted by Good Infographics | Posted on Wednesday, July 10, 2013 | Posted in , , ,

Did you know that how you write can indicate more than 5,000 personality traits? The size of your letters, spacing between words, shapes of letters and more can all signify different characteristics. Handwriting analysis (also known as graphology) can even be used for detecting lies and revealing possible health ailments. Check out the infographic below to learn what your handwriting says about you. It's also fun analyzing the handwriting of your friends and family members, so be sure to hand it off or pass it along!


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What Does Your Handwriting Say About You?
Via: Pens

50 Quirky Facts About Cars [Infographic]

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Posted by Good Infographics | Posted on Tuesday, July 09, 2013 | Posted in

Cars, cars, cars! We all love them or at least rely on them on a day to day basis. Here are 50 quirky facts about our favorite means of transportation. History gets fun with this infographic from the folks at Car Loan 4U.

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Via: carloan4u

A History Of Crufts [Infographic]

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Posted by Good Infographics | Posted on Monday, July 08, 2013 | Posted in , ,

Vet Medic have created this unique and comprehensive infographic about the world famous dog show Crufts. The infographics is bursting at the seems with facts, trivia and cool information about the biggest name in dog shows.

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Via: Vet Medic Pharmacy

17 Reasons Why Canada is a Better Place to Live than the USA [Infographic]

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Posted by Good Infographics | Posted on Friday, July 05, 2013 | Posted in , ,

Maple syrup. Ice hockey. Niceness. The “Canadian Tuxedo“. Yes, Canada is famous for many, many things – and yet somehow we still feel under appreciated next to our North American neighbors. Well, enough is enough. We put the record straight in this infographic listing seventeen – count ‘em – reasons why Canada rules the school…

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Borrowing for a Future: American Student Debt [Infographic]

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Posted by Good Infographics | Posted on Wednesday, July 03, 2013 | Posted in , ,

As the old saying goes “It takes money to make money,” and that’s becoming more and more true of a college education in the United States.

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Borrowing for a Future: American Student Debt
Courtesy of: OnlineColleges

Beyond the BOOM: How Fireworks Work [Infographic]

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Posted by Good Infographics | Posted on Tuesday, July 02, 2013 | Posted in , , , ,

There are over 213 million pounds of fireworks sold every year, and each firework is a display of precision and scientific creativity. This infographic from Ghergich & Co. outlines the innards of a firework, including the bursting charge, the stars, and the black powder-all precisely mixed to give audiences everywhere an unforgettable light show.

This infographic also breaks down the nation’s largest fireworks displays by the number of shells at each show and by the number of spectators. Finally, the image outline the shows in D.C, Boston, Massachusetts, Tennessee, Seattle, and Addison, Texas; a small town of 15,000 that brings in over 500,000 spectators!

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Beyond the Boom – How Fireworks Work
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100 Years of Women’s Fashion [Infographic]

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Posted by Good Infographics | Posted on Monday, July 01, 2013 | Posted in , ,

Fashion trends are in flux constantly. What’s here today… is gone in about five minutes. And sometimes, what everybody was wearing twenty years ago can return in the blink of an eye and is called retro style. But fashion isn’t nearly as random as you may think. There’s a strong thread of history running through everything you wear.

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Via PrimetimeClothing