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Graphics, information and citation examples on this guide were taken from the Art Research guide of the University of California Irvine and are used with permission.
Searchable by keyword. Retrieved images can be limited by several parameters including size, aspect ratio, type (face, photo, line drawing, clip art), site or domain, color or black & white, filetype, country, usage rights, and adult content.
Data visualization tools (i.e. line graph, flow chart, Venn Diagram, story timeline) are grouped together on a “periodic chart” by the type of visualization method facilitated by the tool. Scroll over any data visualization box on the chart to see a sample of that tool.
David McCandless talks about combining the language of the eye with the language of the mind to change perceptions. Using some of his fascinating infographics, he shows how information design can solve information problems.
Artist Chris Jordan shows us an arresting view of what Western culture looks like. His supersized images picture some almost unimaginable statistics -- like the astonishing number of paper cups we use every single day.