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D'Efilippo worked with researcher Miriam Quick to gather data about the track, which she then visualised as a series of 10 12-inch discs, each of which deconstructs the track in a different way: according to melodies, harmonies, lyrics, structure, story and more.

Music-loving data nerds will get a kick from this ace interactive infographic analysing the career of the Fab Four, breaking down their career by year and by album and providing plenty of insight into who wrote what, which Beatle had the biggest vocabulary (hint: it wasn't Ringo), what most of their songs were about and much more.

"We wanted a smooth, user-friendly experience," Ashton explains.

"That was more important to us that doing loads of 'tricks'."While on our travels across the world wide web, we landed at Info Brandz site and found this – yes, it's an infographic that explains how to make the best infographic around.

Take a look at our picks for inspiration for designing great infographics for yourself.

The popularity of infographics is showing no signs of slowing down, but why are they so popular?

All off these three infographics are excellent examples of using illustration to add interest and shareability to a list of facts and figures, rather than analysing the data per se.

Another prolific infographic creator, UK-based design studio Dorothy has carved something of a niche in creating highly desirable infographic-style posters.

UK-based portrait specialist Sam Gilbey has produced various pop-culture-universe-exploring infographics over the years, including this design dedicated to 50 years of Doctor Who.

His other lavishly illustrated creations to-date range from a stat-based comparison of four Avengers characters; to the 85th Academy Awards in numbers – all created for Virgin Movies.

The multitude of varieties, brands and tastes of beer available can sometimes be a little overwhelming.

So what better way to showcase the taxonomy of beer than with an infographic?

An online experience built with HTML5 and CSS3, you can check it out in all its interactive glory if you click the image above."The parallax scrolling effects were probably the most difficult to achieve," says Neo Mam's Danny Ashton.

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