Distance Cartogram Templates for PowerPoint

Created: Wednesday, March 12, 2014, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 4:00 am

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A cartogram is a visual that is driven by geography. It explores sizes or distances visually.

Cartograms come in various types. The easiest and most effective cartograms you can create within PowerPoint are distance cartograms. These distance cartograms are now becoming extremely popular, but creating them requires a fair amount of time and knowledge. But we’ve made this task easier for you. Try our “Distance Cartogram PowerPoint templates” kit. This kit contains ready-to-use templates that come with three types of distance cartogram samples, one each for Air Fares, Flight Times, and Driving Distances. You can easily change the topics, names and values as required. Remember that each larger circle you see in these cartogram graphics are not really circles – these are all individual donut shapes, sized perfectly for you so that you don’t have to work harder in creating and arranging them perfectly!

Download and use these cartograms in your slides.

Categories: diagrams, graphics, powerpoint

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