Infographic

This is an example showing an infographic image with supporting accessible text, optional download file containing the accessible text, or optional link to an accessible version of the image.

Complex images contain substantial information – more than can be conveyed in a short phrase or sentence.

For example:

  • graphs and charts, including flow charts and organizational charts; 
  • diagrams and illustrations where the page text relies on the user being able to understand the image.

In these cases, a two-part text alternative is required. The first part is the short description to identify the image and, where appropriate, indicate the location of the long description. The second part is the long description – a textual representation of the essential information conveyed by the image.

(taken from https://www.w3.org/WAI/tutorials/images/complex/)

This is an Infographic

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  • Run a manual sweep of anomalous airborne or electromagnetic readings.
  • Radiation levels in our atmosphere have increased by 3,000 percent.
  • Electromagnetic and subspace wave fronts approaching synchronization. What is the strength of the ship's deflector shields at maximum output? The wormhole's size and short period would make this a local phenomenon. Do you have sufficient data to compile a holographic simulation?

We're acquainted with the wormhole phenomenon, but this... Is a remarkable piece of bio-electronic engineering by which I see much of the EM spectrum ranging from heat and infrared through radio waves, et cetera, and forgive me if I've said and listened to this a thousand times. This planet's interior heat provides an abundance of geothermal energy. We need to neutralize the homing signal.

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Run a manual sweep of anomalous airborne or electromagnetic readings. Radiation levels in our atmosphere have increased by 3,000 percent. Electromagnetic and subspace wave fronts approaching synchronization. What is the strength of the ship's deflector shields at maximum output? The wormhole's size and short period would make this a local phenomenon. Do you have sufficient data to compile a holographic simulation?