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Here’s data for a line chart example we used. https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1HGXDys6Rxd9oqYIfOseTjzp2XcBQo13E0VJhkfVn3GQ/edit?usp=sharing
Here’s the MVP data from Sports Reference as an example we used, with pivot table and final sheet tabs: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1NMANIMwjiXFm4Yb4VRD7d8EoWYY-6Pn4LSE1lJBT-VY/edit?usp=sharing
iframe wrapper for embedding https://www.gannett-cdn.com/experiments/usatoday/tools/static-embed-generator/index.html
More detail on the table feature in Infogram https://infogram.com/covid-19-vaccines-at-ford-field-and-detroit-mobile-sites-1hdw2jplgwn8j2l
xample of an image, text and chart combo on one infogram: https://infogram.com/candidate-josh-kaul-1h8n6mkq58d92xo?live
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