Spurred by the success of the Tunisia revolution in 2011, Egypt’s people started taking to the streets in masses to protest against their social and political plight. The unrest in Egypt was all about change. Social media sites played a large role in Egypt’s 2011 political uprising, and the subsequent stepping down of President Hosni Mubarak. News agencies worked hard to bring the facts and figures of the revolution to people across the world, with as much clarity as possible. Infographics such as this very apt image on Egypt’s twitter participation volume, message volume and hashtag were facilitated by high resolution Egypt maps.
Here’s another interesting infographic on how the revolt in Egypt developed and grew.
The above info-graphics are powerful sources of information. The fact that they can be produced and edited quickly to reflect the latest updates on the Egyptian uprising make them invaluable to the information seeker on the Internet.
You too can use editable Egypt maps to keep track of the situation, create your own info graphics and share them with online publications. For instance you can use our editable Egypt map (part of our bundle of maps on Africa) to track the fall in oil prices due to the uprising.
You could also create an interesting interactive info-graphic that reflects Twitter updates on the Egyptian situation by highlighting the location of the tweets on an editable world map like this one. Like all of 24point0’s map products, the Egypt map too can be easily customized according to the users’ requirements in terms of color, text and scale. The map can be ungrouped to remove set apart important cities, helping the presenter highlight the situation clearly and accurately. Click here to download the Africa set of slides now!
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