Today’s Daily CoronaVirus Update: US deaths double, now accounting for ‘probable’ deaths; Death tolls in Europe remain high despite positive signs; China reports an additional 1.3k deaths (historic) ; Controversy on Indian & Brazil accounting continues. [Source: www.daily-coronavirus-update.com ]
Hello /u/pulpito_on_tour! It looks like you’re trying to post a direct image to r/dataisbeautiful. I’ve removed the current thread, since you’re probably trying to do one of several things. Let me help you with posting.
Please note that we require you to post the complete original source article, so that the readers can get context, the author can get credit, and third parties don’t get hits from stealing another person’s work. Posts must directly link to the visualization where it was originally introduced by the author (not an image on the site, but the actual full web page article). More information here.
The source is rarely Gawker, Tumblr, Imgur, etc. Figure out where they got it. Usually a link to the original source is in the first couple paragraphs of where you found it. You may wish to try TinEye or Reverse Google Images. If you need assistance, click here.
…and the author of the reddit post is the original author of that visual (i.e. you’ve checked thoroughly that the thread you are trying to link is the first instance ever of that visual and you’ve followed the steps above):
Copy the URL of the Reddit thread you are trying to crosspost.
Go to the submission page and paste the URL of the thread.
You are now done. Sit back and reap the karma.
Note that this subreddit does not currently have crossposting enabled.
Try submitting the Wikipedia or Wikimedia commons link instead of the raw file. A quick look at the URL should confirm this. Compare the following links:
Link A: https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/5/5f/Minard%27s_Map_%28vectorized%29.svg
Link B: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Data_visualization#/media/File:Minard%27s_Map_(vectorized).svg
Link C: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Minard%27s_Map_(vectorized).svg
Take a look at Link A. That is just the image, and is the same issue with hotlinking an article image from a website; there is no context. Now look at Link B. There is a lot of enriching information, e.g. copyright license, author, source, and even a link to the revision history. The same is the case with Link C. In the ideal case, the B or C examples are the acceptable links.
…then you probably just forgot to add [OC] to the title. Simply follow the steps below:
Delete this current thread.
Resubmit your thread with the phrase [OC] somewhere in the title.
AutoModerator will send you a private message instructing you how to cite your post. Follow instructions carefully.
If you have done everything correctly, /u/OC-Bot will be along shortly to reward you with flair, and sticky your citations.
Please note that you may only tag a post as OC if and only if you made it yourself. We are very strict about plagiarism in this subreddit. No, screenshots of someone else’s apps do not count.
Leave this post as-is and message the mods. We’ll make an exception for you. In your modmail message, be sure to reference the original document.
Your post will be manually approved by the mod team, and we’ll sticky the original link or PDF to the top of the comment thread so our readers can get context.