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So for fun I am trying to apply what I learned in the latest Lumira Virtual Class.  First the movie data is available from http://www.informationisbeautiful.net/data/

For the Data Geek Challenge, I will submit this in the House of Titans

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I have two data sets – one for movies from 2013 and movie rentals from 2010 (just a sample)

So I did learn in the class that I can have 2 different datasets (unmerged) when I create a story

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The other thing I learned is that animations only work on the desktop and not the cloud.  The above is my desktop version

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The above is my screen for preparing the InfoGraphic and I am changing the visualization properties shape.

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I also used the Fotolia pictures to insert them into the InfoGraphic

Personally I hadn’t heard of “Desolation of Smaug” and then looking it up it was the Hobbit movie.  The other movies I recognize…the only movie I’ve seen?  Frozen.

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Above is the bottom part of the InfoGraphic.  I decided to remove the animations once I learned they don’t work in Lumira Cloud.

When I shared to the cloud multiple times, I received warnings:

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I am not sure I understand relevance of these warnings but I proceeded anyway.

Here is the link to the InfoGraphic:

https://cloud.saplumira.com/open?key=543099FA0B2F1F73E10000000A4E4243&type=HANALYTIC

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  1. Carlos Weffer

    Nice Work Tammy.

    I consider InfoGraphics one of the coolest features of SAP Lumira.

    Good to see that one of my favorite movies was the 2010 Top Rental – The Help.

    Cheers.

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