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infographic,rotten tomatoes,Then And Now
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Infographic of the Day: very small array tracks the ostensible decline in film quality over the past 60 years by charting the median Rotten Tomatoes score for the top ten highest grossing films of the year from 1950 to present day.

[vsa.]

canal,flowchart,infographic,Marketing Campaign
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Flowcharts of the Day: Want to make an animated movie? An action movie? A horror movie? Let Canal+ walk you through the process with a set of helpful flowcharts from

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infographic,Silly Stereotypes
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Infographic of the Day: "America In My Book" -- Haley Nahman's map of US stereotypes by region.

Print for sale via Etsy.

[koalogist / dudecraft.]

FRIDAY,infographic,Rebecca Black,the Beatles
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Infographic of the Day: Don't mind me, I'm just dropping this off and then I'll be on my way. I hope that's not a problem.

[ilc / graphjam.]

infographic,its-evolution-baby,science
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Infographic of the Day: This may or may not be how evolution works.

[d|m / reddit.]

A Few Regrets,infographic,scientific study,Too Few To Mention
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Typical American Regrets of the Day: A recent study conducted by Northwestern University's Kellogg School of Management professor of marketing Neal Roese and Mike Morrison of University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign asked 370 adults to describe their most memorable regret in detail.

"Romance" reigned supreme as Americans' chief regret, with 44% of women reporting a romance-oriente

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Infographic of the Day: Gareth Lloyd and Tom Martin mapped out the coordinates they found in 15,500 Wikipedia pages of historic events, and visualized them as occurring over time "to create a dynamic visualization of Wikipedia's view of world history."

Process info and datasets can be found here.

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