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Infrogrphic examples

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  • #104110

    Amy Pienta
    Member

    Hi all,
    I am putting out a call for any infographics that you are aware of that
    could be models for communicating our guidelines to one of our audiences —
    such as researchers. If you have something in mind, please let me know.
    Amy
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    ICPSR , University of Michigan, Ann
    Arbor, MI
    ICPSR holds a 2019 National Medal for Museum and Library Science
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  • #129780

    Dear Amy, dear all
    The site https://www.visualcapitalist.com/ is an excellent example of the use of
    infographics to convey information. It does not answer your question, but may
    perhaps give some insight on the kinds of visual display that would help finding
    information.
    (or maybe eliminate some kinds of display)
    We might want to use some kind of hierarchical infographic – but the problem with
    hierarchy is that it organizes information in a fixed structure.

  • #129779

    Sorry I forgot – not an infographic, but dynamic hyperbolic trees are very good to
    help navigation through concepts and zooming onto desired information
    Dynamic hyperbolic trees (as opposed to the static ones) are animated. Thus, you can
    zoom in and out and change the axis of interest when navigating – e.g., examining
    ontologies …

  • #129778

    Amy Pienta
    Member

    Claudia,
    Thank you for the suggestions!
    Amy
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    Amy Pienta, PhD

    Research Scientist and Director, Business and Collection Development
    ICPSR , University of Michigan, Ann
    Arbor, MI
    ICPSR holds a 2019 National Medal for Museum and Library Science

    Ready to Deposit Data at
    ICPSR?
    *************************************************************
    On Sun, May 31, 2020 at 11:56 AM cmbm via RDA-COVID19-Social-Sciences <
    ***@***.***-groups.org> wrote:

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