This is an archive of the infographics (that I can’t categorise elsewhere) that I found on web and have featured in my blog.
The cultural differences between East and West
This is a set of infographics that are very clever. Simple, but they illustrate their points very effectively.
Religion in Europe
Percentage of population in each European country that believes in God, or “something”, or atheist.
The Meaning of Life
Roman Numeral Length vs Value
Pi transformed into incredible art is an article of The Guardian website where various artists have created visualisations based on the number pi.
Francesco Franchi creates amazing looking infographics for an Italian publication.
You can see examples of his work on his website
Or his Flickr
These are some very slick graphic visualisations on super human abilities in geometric designs. There are 16 in the album.
History of Apple
A large flow diagram, charting all the different iterations of Apple devices. Unfortunately the diagram is not large enough and the writing is a little too small to read easily. I suspect this is a repost from an even bigger diagram elsewhere.
An infographic of what happens at absolute zero (-273 degree Celsius) all the way up to absolute hot (1.42 decillion degrees Celsius).
A simple explanation
This is not really great information visualisation or information graphics. It’s just a list. But with the Rio Olympics currently being staged, it’s good to see all the logos of various Olympic Games listed together.
Maximum Life Span
This webpage features a long diagram which is a table of the maximum recorded age of different animal classes and species.
How long would it take to read the terms of your smartphone apps?
If you have 33 apps installed on your smart phone (as the average Norwegians does) and decided to read all their terms and conditions, how long would that take? 31 hours, according to Norwegian researchers. They then printed them out and made this monster of a folder of reading. Follow this link for a break down of each app. iTunes was the longest at 193 minutes.
Flowers: pretty and fashionably late
This is a link to a Wikipedia page. I’ve put this here, not because of it’s a particularly innovative piece of visualisation, but more for what it shows. I did not know (or had forgotten) that mammals have been around longer than flowers.
Did You Have A Good Adventure?
A flow chart to answer that very question.
Showing that infovis doesn’t have to be complicated. A very useful diagram showing the difference between a wharf, a quay, a pier and a jetty.
Not sure if this is InfoVis. It is a comparison of the very small, the very large and life.
Ikigai (生き甲斐, pronounced [ikiɡai]) is a Japanese concept meaning “a reason for being”. Everyone, according to the Japanese, has an ikigai. Finding it requires a deep and often lengthy search of self.
A visual history of women’s tennis
Several graphs comparing the women’s number one players.