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jack B.

You mentioned that an infographic has to have data... I thought that infographics didn't have to just display data... there are a ton of infographics I've seen that aren't showing numbers or data... they are simply graphical representations of information, hence the word infographic.


about circular links, it is more in the sense what will help to find the right information. Circular links will not help to bring more information about these blogs. So if one is known for a reason, the other will be anyway accessible, because they are related and you will discover one by the other. The game is to find the most meaningful references with the most diverse sources.

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