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