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LiveGap Charts is good One try it. it's free and online, no registration needed,no download.Simple with live preview


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Highcharts.js, used by Facebook (really big data), has a scatter plot visualization. It has zooming abilities, tooltips to display data point information, and many other features.


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There are 2 main parts to this: Alignment and Size - other things like whitespace and shape are harder to objectively analyse but still important. As with most art and designs, balance is not exact, but a close approximation. Alignment Instead of aligning the bases or the centres of the "bounding box", objects are aligned by their centroid, show below. ...


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I'd like to refer to the attractivity part of your question with this gif:


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I think you could do this placing a few guides on your image. Since it is an outside scene, you should be able to get realistic results using a simple one-point perspective. Photoshop has a Filter called Vanishing Point that can help you a lot. There is also Edit > Transform > Perspective, but any free-transform tools should work for you. The ...


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You just need a point of reference. For example a trick for interior is using a doorway. Your image is an outdoor shot, so it will be harder to use a reference, however, there is a way. Since you're making this infographic, you must have the data. Therefore you can work backwards. If you know that the amount of water from you data is say 200m³ then you ...



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