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Pop-up infographics are a new way to find information about the the locations in your map. When you click on the Infographics icon in a pop-up window, the ArcGIS platform aggregates the demographics around that feature on your map and delivers them via easy-to-understand infographics. Multiple levels of local geography are provided for easy comparison with the selected feature.
In the following screenshot, an infographic shows the age distrubtution in a 1-mile radius around a college campus. As expected, the bars show a much higher percentage of men and women between the ages of 20 and 24 in the college neighborhood than the rest of the county (shown in white dots). To change the scale of the comparison use the drop-down box in the lower right corner of the infographic.
Be aware that viewing pop-up infographics requires an ArcGIS organizational account and consumes credits.
Information is displayed in a carousel of configurable infographics. Each infographic shows the distribution of one variable around the chosen location. A few infographics are turned on by default and can be scrolled through by clicking the arrows beside the infographic. Infographics can be added to or removed from the carousel using the Configure icon in the infographics window.