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“Infographics”—those highly visual graphics that interpret statistical results in interesting ways—are used more and more to present research results that have meaning for businesses.Here are a few examples of infographics related to marketing:http://think.storage.googleapis.com/docs/top-3-tech-trends-marketers-should-watch-in-2015_infographics.pdfhttp://www.semagroup.com.au/15-infographics-to-guide-your-marketing-in-2015/http://www.adweek.com/socialtimes/content-marketing-2015/614186Find and share an infographic that presents statistical results related to marketing and consumer trends (these often are frequency distributions but can include other types of analytical results). Describe how the infographic you chose effectively presents the research results. Is this a good way to present the data? Why or why not?Respond to two classmates’ postings with an analysis of their infographics.

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