Atlas – http://www.theatlas.com – Graphs & Charts
Atlas, a new platform from Quartz is useful for sharing and creating charts. Readers can embed or download the image file itself as well as it’s dataset. So anyone looking for a quick way to illustrate a point through data can search for what they need. Rather than taking a screen shot – sans licence, you can simply embed. There seems to be plans for readers to create their own graphics too in the future.
Infogram – https://infogr.am Graphs & Charts
Very easy to use
Timeline. JS – http://timeline.knightlab.com – Timeline
Easy to use, so elegant!
https://www.datawrapper.de – Charts & Maps
A little trickier to use, but still easy – and lots of choice. Nice for maps too. It’s also responsive, meaning it adapts for screens. To get the hang of this you’d just need 2 or 3 hours and some time on google.
Premiere & FCPX Plugins
Plenty of plugins available – this is mostly text on screen – but it does include some graphics.
You also might want to try
Moovley – Animated Graphics
A new tool – try it out!
More complex – Good for math & coding people
Places to find graphics & Data Visualisations
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