ConceptDraw DIAGRAM is a software for making travel infographics. The Spatial Infographics solution allows users visually present traavel plans.
The library objects are scalable vector images that can be easily exported to PDF format, Microsoft PowerPoint, Microsoft Visio, graphic image file, or HTML for more comfortable presenting.
Sample 1. The 100th Tour de France 2013 - Spatial infographics.
Solution Spatial Infographics from ConceptDraw Solution Park extends ConceptDraw DIAGRAM ector diagramming and business graphics software with easy-to-use spatial infographics drawing tools.
This solution contains spatial infographics samples, map templates to be filled in, and libraries of vector stencils for main design elements of spatial infographics.
Use this solution to draw your own geospatial infographics documents with thematic maps, road maps, directional maps, transport maps and travel maps.
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In the course of recent decades data visualization went through significant development and has become an indispensable tool of journalism, business intelligence and science. The way visual information may be conveyed is not limited simply to static or dynamic representation, it can also be interactive. Infographics can be conditionally divided into several general levels. Primarily, this is level of visualization of information, its interpretation and association on any ground. Second level can be defined as a visualization of knowledge, depiction of thoughts and ideas in the form of images or diagrams. Finally, the level of data visualization, which processes data arrays in charts, enabling the information to be more clearly perceived. You can also identify the main approaches to the creation of infographics: exploratory and narrative. Exploratory method insists on minimalist design in favor of data precision without unnecessary details and is common for scientific researches and ana
Picture: Design Pictorial Infographics. Design Infographics
Process Decision Program Chart (PDPC) is a commonly used technique that was designed in order to help prepare the contingency plans. The emphasis of the PDPC is identifying the consequential impact of failure on activity plans as well as creating the appropriate contingency plans in terms of limiting the risks. Planning to make the tree diagrams and/or the process diagrams can be extended by a couple of levels when the PDPC can be applied to the bottom level tasks on those diagrams.
Picture: Risk Diagram (Process Decision Program Chart)