Add an infographics card


You need the following account and license types to use this workflow:

  • Microsoft license—You need a Microsoft 365 license with a Contributor role or higher, to add an infographics card to a map. Viewers can view the maps that contain these infographics cards.
  • ArcGIS account typeStandard users can add a maximum of two infographics cards, use a subset of United States demographic data, and use the Drive time and Radius filters. When you sign in to an ArcGIS account, you can add up to five infographics cards, search for global demographic data, and use all available travel time and distance filters.

You can add an infographics card to a map.

See Infographics cards to learn about infographics data visualizations.

To add an infographics card to a map, complete the following steps:

  1. From the map tools, click Analysis Analysis.

    The analysis tools appear.

  2. Click the Infographics button Infographics cards.

    The  Infographics pane appears. This  pane shows available data categories, such as Population and Income. Categories for the United States are listed by default.

    For Standard users, this is the only available country and associated data categories. If you are signed in to your  ArcGIS account, data categories are available for multiple countries.

  3. Optionally, add variables to an infographics card by doing any of the following:
    • Select a country from the Country drop-down menu.

      The Country drop-down menu is available only if you are signed in to your ArcGIS account.

    • Click a data category, such as Population or Income, to view the data collections in that category.

      Expand a data collection to view the variables in that collection.

    • Type one or more keywords in the  Search  text box. A list of data collections that match the keywords appears.
    • Click a data category to filter the list of data collections.

      The All variables option appears. You can filter the collections by the All variables or Popular variables options or by variables in the selected data category.

  4. Check a variable's check box to add it to the map as an infographics card.

    The infographics card is added to the map. Each variable from different data collections appears on a separate infographics card; however, if you add multiple variables from the same data collection, they are grouped on a single card. For example, if you add multiple variables from the 2022 Key Demographic Indicators (Esri) data collection, all variables appear on the same card.


    Some data values may appear null in infographics cards if there are not enough data points to sample in a region. For example, averaged values, such as average spending on household supplies, are divided by total relevant regional population. When there are few applicable households, the resulting data may appear null.


    By default, infographics cards appear in the right corner of the map. You can use the  Map tools options on the Format visual tab of the Visualizations pane to change this position to the left.

    Cards are arranged in the order in which you add them. Drag the cards up or down to rearrange them in their vertical stack.

  5. Click the Close button Close on a card to remove it from the map.
  6. When you finish adding cards, click Close Close to close the Infographics pane, or click the Settings button to change the default settings for the infographics cards.