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Summary:

Latvian startup Infogr.am has launched its suite of online tools for building beautiful — and shareable — infographics on the web. Can it cash in on a growing trend for easy data visualization, or not?

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After a few months in beta, Latvian startup Infogram is now open to all — and hopes that its online toolkit for building infographics can really catch the imagination. The company foun… Oh, you know what? Why not put them straight to the test: instead of a normal story, here’s an infogram instead.

Update: An earlier version of this article said the company was based in Estonia. Which was stupid, since it’s not.

  1. Estonia?

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  2. ftw login only width facebook and twitter

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  3. Latvia is not Estonia, this is like company from US would be referred as company from Mexico

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    1. Bobbie Johnson Wednesday, May 23, 2012

      Yup, my apologies! I had been writing something else about Estonia and (dumbly) crossed the wires in my brain. Not enough coffee.

      (Though I think comparing Estonia + Latvia to US + Mexico is pretty harsh)

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      1. Jason Black Friday, May 25, 2012

        You fixed the country reference in the opening paragraph, but the infographic itself still reads “Estonia”. Oops. Cool concept, tho.

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  4. Stewart Curry Thursday, May 24, 2012

    How is that an infographic? It’s text and some charts. The http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Information_graphics

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  5. Did anyone else notice Infrogram on the first quote? How many Easter eggs in this one story.

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