1. When was the latest version of this infographic published?
Version 2.00 appears to be the latest version, and was published November 2012.
2. Who wrote and designed this infographic?
David McCandless, with assistance from Tatjana Dubovina and Piero Zagama.
3. Who did the research and collected the data?
Marley Whiteside, Kathryn Ariel Ray and Peter Ayres
4. Who did the translation of this graphic?
Gilles Peyroux, Klaus-Michael Lux and Ivan Galarza
5. Where on the internet can this infographic be found?
It can be found at: http://www.informationisbeautiful.net/visualizations/rhetological-fallacies/
6. What sources did the authors use to create this visualization?
Wikipedia, FallacyFiles.org, Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy, Skeptic Dictionary, ChangingMinds.org, LogicallyFallicious.com, e-education.net, EvolutionWiki.org, Infidels.org, Philosophical Society, Sjsu.ed, TVTropes.org, Santarosa.edu
7. How many categories of fallacy are there?
There are 6 categories: Appeal to the mind, Appeal to emotions, Faulty deduction, manipulating content, Garbled cause & effect, On the attack
8. How many different languages has this infographic been translated into?
It has been translated into 4 languages, French, German, Italian and Spanish.
9. Under what license was this infographic released?
Under the creative commons license.