Infographics can be used for many different purposes – one of them is to visualize data. Here, I have used data from IPCC (https://www.ipcc.ch/report/ar5/wg3/) to generate a special variant of a circle diagram showing how the different economic sectors contribute to the total, global emissions of greenhouse gases.
The second wave of COVID-19 has been really hard to almost all of Europe. Here is an animated map / data visualization showing the weekly confirmed cases of COVID-19 (relative to population size) as both heigth of country and with heat map colors. See more data visualization here.
Moving Science now also offers data-visualizations of real-world data. Transforming for instance data parameters that change over time into 3D-object sizes results in powerful visual infographics. See for example this one showing the COVID-19 cases (both as absolute numbers and as normalized to inhabitants in the different municipalities) in Denmark. See more examples here https://youtu.be/2VYjgJqplww