Adding infographics to your presentations #2

In the second installment of our data visualisation posts (check out the first one if you’ve missed it!), we are showcasing two comparative charts and a gauge scale.

The example presentation which is inspired by last.fm’s listening reports, has three topics and each one displays a different chart.

The first one shows three different values next to each other.

http://support.prez.is/2F2u2u0H3O0h/Image%202018-08-13%20at%207.02.05%20PM.png

To give you a better look, we also show the data table:

http://support.prez.is/2F1u3n3G250h/Image%202018-08-13%20at%207.02.31%20PM.png

The second chart has a similar function but it shows two values and they are shown as areas as opposed to columns.

http://support.prez.is/3J3p1I3N2W0d/Image%202018-08-13%20at%207.03.27%20PM.png

Data table:

http://support.prez.is/300n2S1i2Y0a/Image%202018-08-13%20at%207.05.19%20PM.png

And last but not least, the gauge.

http://support.prez.is/3r3q202p2v3E/Image%202018-08-13%20at%207.04.01%20PM.png

The infographic itself is simple, however, it could be useful to check the data table if you want to recreate it:

http://support.prez.is/1Q0A2T2S3O3C/Image%202018-08-13%20at%207.05.53%20PM.png

More on infographics to follow!

To see the fulll presentation, please click here.

Note: Please know that inserting charts in Prezi Next is available for users with a Plus or higher Prezi Next plan.

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