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Kathleen Morris

Stunning charts for your Powerpoint® presentations | oomfo - 19 views

    Oomfo is a new (beta) add-on site for PowerPoint. Once Oomfo is downloaded users can then create excellent looking, interactive, animated graphs.
Rhondda Powling

Google Image Chart Creator: Create and Embed a Variety of Graphs and Charts - 8 views

    Charts and graphs allow us to conveniently represent data in a manner that effectively communicates its meaning. Microsoft Excel is widely used to create such graphs. But when you need an embeddable chart, you need to turn to online applications that let you create your desired graph and then generate its embeddable code.
John Pearce

ChartTool - create nice looking charts with Image Charts! - 5 views

    This neat tool from Google, ChartTool is a simple-to-use chart-making service that lets you simply paste in your data and play around with how it looks. It's never been easier to whip up charts that are actually easy to use and update. In fact, embedding these charts on web pages is quite simple thanks to the embed API.

    You can even make QR codes in just a few seconds and quickly get an embed code to add it to your website. While ChartTool does not create as many of those fancy 3-D charts that Excel does (it still makes quite a few), it likely will be able to in the future. However, if you're in a rush and need to whip up some exact charts without all the fluff, this is the tool for you.
Roland Gesthuizen

Is Mobile Affecting When We Read? « Read It Later Blog - 0 views

  • When a reader is given a choice about how to consume their content, a major shift in behavior occurs.  They no longer consume the majority of their content during the day, on their computer.  Instead they shift that content to prime time and onto a device better suited for consumption.
  • it appears that the devices users prefer for reading are mobile devices, most notably the iPad.  It’s the iPad leading the jailbreak from consuming content in our desk chairs.
    Printed media used to allow us to read in the places we found most comfortable ... Unfortunately, as news and media moves online, it moves us away from these places and into our desk chairs .. I've found that as devices become more mobile, it's not only changing where we read, but when. Today, I'd like to show you some of the data behind this movement.
Shane Roberts

Gapminder World - 0 views

    Now this is cool. Visualisation of data.
Shane Roberts - interactive charts online! - 0 views

    Building data visualisations
    Interactive charts, no log in required at the moment
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