Given the tremendous information available online, people are now more interested to get information through colorful and interesting graphics, instead of words and numbers. Creating infographics, however, requires tremendous analytical and creative skills.

Here is a collection infographic tools for creating attractive visuals that we would like to share with you. We hope that you will like this wonderful collection. Feel free to share your opinion with us.

1. Highcharts

Highcharts is a charting library written in pure JavaScript, offering intuitive, interactive charts to your web site or web application. Highcharts currently supports line, spline, area, areaspline, column, bar, pie and scatter chart types.

Highcharts
Highcharts

2. KeyLines

A JavaScript toolkit for visualizing networks. It works in all major browsers, and on all platforms, including the iPad. It uses HTML5 but also works on old versions of Internet Explorer.

KeyLines
KeyLines

3. Re.vu

Are you thinking of creating a resume through infographics? Try Re.vu, an application for creating visual résumé.

Re.vu
Re.vu

4. Vidi

A suite of powerful Drupal visualization modules.VIDI gives you easy-to-use tools to build and embed colorful and dynamic maps for your presentations or your blogs.

VIDI
VIDI

5. DataMarket

Explore datasets from the most important data providers, upload your own data, build reports and create beautiful visualizations in seconds.

DataMarket
DataMarket

6. Visualize Free

If you are looking for a way to visually explore and present data that standard office charting software cannot handle, Visualize Free is for you.

Visualize Free
Visualize Free

7. Tableu Public

This free data visualization tool can help you create an interactive visuals and embed it in your website or share it. Anyone can do it, it’s that easy—and it’s free.

Tableu Public
Tableu Public

8. Online Charts

At Onlinecharttool.com, you can design and share your own graphs online and for free. The application supports a number of different chart types like bar charts, pie charts, line charts, bubble charts and radar plots.

Online charts
Online charts

9. iCharts

A cloud-based company that makes it easy to visualize, share and distribute Big and Small data. Our vision is to empower the world to explore and share data by enabling the free flow of visual data among data owners, media, business and consumers.

iCharts
iCharts

10. FusionCharts Suite

Offers over 90 chart types and 550 maps in JavaScript (HTML5) and Flash formats.

FusionCharts Suite
FusionCharts Suite

11. D3.js

A JavaScript library for manipulating documents based on data. D3 helps you bring data to life using HTML, SVG and CSS. D3’s emphasis on web standards gives you the full capabilities of modern browsers without tying yourself to a proprietary framework, combining powerful visualization components and a data-driven approach to DOM manipulation.

D3 js
D3 js

12. ChartsBin

A web-based data visualization tool that will allow everyone to quickly and easily create rich interactive visualizations with their own data. You can then share your interactive visualizations with others by embedding them in websites, blogs or sharing via Facebook or Twitter.

ChartsBin
ChartsBin

13. Free Vector Infographic Kit

A huge vector set for creating infographics. Included in the package are over 50 elements, ranging from graphs and charts to maps and symbols.

Free Vector Infographic Kit
Free Vector Infographic Kit

14. Gliffy

An online diagramming service that helps users communicate with a combination of shapes, text, and lines. It’s easy to use. Just drag-and-drop shapes from an extensive library and point-and-click your way to format.

Gliffy
Gliffy

15. JS Charts

A JavaScript-based chart generator that requires little or no coding. With JS Charts drawing charts is a simple and easy task, since you only have to use client-side scripting (i.e. performed by your web browser). No additional plugins or server modules are required. Just include our scripts, prepare your chart data in XML, JSON or JavaScript Array and your chart is ready.

JS Charts
JS Charts

16. Mind 42

A browser-based collaborative mind-mapping tool. It helps you manage your ideas, visualize your brainstorms, and screenshot your creations adding well-organized, text simplicity into your infographics.

Mind 42
Mind 42

17. Prefuse

A set of software tools for creating rich interactive data visualizations. The original prefuse toolkit provides a visualization framework for the Java programming language.

Prefuse
Prefuse

18. Data 360

A treasure trove of useful, up-to-date data for incorporating into your infographics.  Covers a wide range of topics, including Economy, Societal Trends, Energy, Environment and data by Country.

Data 360
Data 360

19. Gapminder

Also a great source of data for infographics. A “fact tank” that promotes a fact-based world view, here you will find updated statistical content, videos, Flash presentations, and charts showing major global development trends with animated statistics and colorful graphics.

Gapminder
Gapminder

20. Knoema

Knoema is a knowledge platform for connecting data with analytical and presentation tools.

Knoema
Knoema