Infography is great way to present data in a visual and even esthetical way. Within 20 minuts, I was able to make the infography you can watch above. I am very satisfied and I encourage you to try yourself to give your data some more visual impact.
Creating dramatic infographics—visually compelling charts and graphs—is not as daunting as it might seem. By following some basic guidelines you can develop infographics that illustrate your research in a way that grabs the attention of both lay and professional audiences.
Polio is a highly infectious disease caused by a virus. It invades the nervous system and can quickly cause paralysis. Thanks to global childhood immunization campaigns, polio has been reduced by 99 percent globally, and eradication is within reach.
I was very impressed by the friendship map made by Facebook intern, Paul Butler and I realized that I had access to a similar dataset. Instead of a database of friendship data, I had access to a database of scientific collaboration.