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Data can communicate powerful information—but only if you can actually understand what the data is telling you. Data visualization closes that gap, allowing you truly see the story in quantitative information. But not all data visualization is created equal. (Check out “Why Most People’s Charts and Graphs Look Like Crap” to see what we mean.)

Here are 10 pieces of inspiring data visualization that communicate interesting information with both style and substance.

Creating a consistent stream of content is the main challenge content marketers face. So, how do you create an array of content optimized for multiple platforms without breaking a sweat? With a divisible content strategy. Check out this infographic, which breaks it all down.

What is the future of data visualization? It’s about more than “harnessing the power of Big Data” (the phrase we’ve heard far too much). We imagine Jeffrey Heer, Associate Professor of Computer Science & Engineering at the University of Washington and cofounder of Trifacta, has too.

During Strata + Hadoop World 2015, Heer gave a compelling talk about the importance of design in data visualization—a subject near and dear to our hearts. See him chat about the need for good design to deliver data insights effectively.

As publishing platforms become more visual and consumers crave digestible content, including visuals in your content marketing is vital. Still not convinced? Here are 5 stats that show that power of visuals.

We love all things data, and we’re always on the lookout for with new ways to visualize the world around us. Occasionally, though, we need a little inspiration. These quotes inspire us, reminding us why visualization matters.

Good data makes for great stories. And when that data is visualized in a powerful way, those stories come to life. These impressive data visualizations caught our eye this week. Find out why they inspire us.

How do you know the difference between your next big idea and, well, just an idea? These 5 questions can help you figure out if you’re creating truly great content.

How do you get the most insights from your data? Here are 3 questions to ask when you analyze.

Data is enormously helpful in telling a story that is credible and persuasive, but it can be a challenge to get started. To help, answer these three data storytelling questions.