There have been a slew of eBook infographics created this year, each giving insightful statistics in a visual way. Here are six that I have found recently, all posted since June of this year.
How Ebooks Are Changing Publishing
The Huffington Post Books section highlights Aptaracorp’s infographic created in association with Publishers Weekly Buy the Book: How Ebooks Are Changing Publishing which is based on its annual survey of ebook production trends.
The rise of eReading: Are books going to become an endangered species?
Schools.com has created a very detailed infographic based on 4 different report sources tracking device ownership, reading trends, ebook usage, and more.
eBook Market 2012
The Digital Reader features the infographic eBook Market 2012 which was designed by FEROZIOT and highlights statistics on eBook reader devices and eBook sales in the US, UK, Canada, and Australial from Pew Internet and American Life Project and other sources.
eBooks and eReaders Survey June 2012
The Digital Reader provides another ebook infographic created by Denise Winkler at Spectos GmbH titled eBooks and eReader June 2012. The statistics displayed are based on nearly 3,000 interviews in June of 2012.
The folks at Online Universities have created the infographic E-book Nation which provides an overview of usage, an e-Book Reader profile, and statics on preferred format. The graphic is based on statistics from Pew Internet and American Life Project.
Do E-Reader Owners Read More Books?
The folks at Infographic Labs have summarized the findings of the Pew Internet & American Life Project and other reports on e-books and reading in this excellent infographic.