Find tools to help you create innovative visual representations of data.
CartoDB is the platform for turning location data into business outcomes. It enables drag and drop analysis and visualization of location data through the creation of insightful apps. Carto also provides a development framework to create location-based web and mobile applications.
Circos table viewer is a web tool, that visualizes tabular data in a circularly composed visualization. Visualization of data in a circular layout makes Circos ideal for exploring relationships between objects or positions. Circos can be automated. It is controlled by plain-text configuration files.
Debategraph is self-service cloud BI that allows any user to quickly connect to cloud services without the help of an IT team. It helps you to create stunning charts and dashboards from any application you use. You can also get suggestions based on your specific data within DataHero or create your own customized charts.
Datawrapper is a user-friendly, open-source web tool that you can use to create interactive charts.You can feed Datawrapper with any data from Excel, CSVs, PDFs or the web. Choose from stunning graph and maps templates. Datawrapper graphs can be embedded into any website or CMS. With Datawrapper, your charts become interactive.
Desmos is an advanced graphing calculator implemented as a browser application and a mobile application. You can create graphs for (mathematical) functions, plot data, evaluate equations, explore transformations, and much more – for free.
Google Fusion Tables is a data visualization web application to gather, visualize, and share data tables. It enables you to combine your data with other data on the web. You can collaborate, visualize and share. All your data organization is automatically saved and stored in Google Drive.
Debategraph is a cloud based platform for mapping and supporting debates, that gives you a way to create, explore, and understand individual maps of thought, dialogue, and debate. You can use a set of complementary and cognitively enhancing visualizations.
Google Charts is an interactive Web service that creates graphical charts from user-supplied information. It offers a rich gallery of interactive charts and data tools. You can make the charts your own configuring an extensive set of options and connect to your data in real time using a variety of data connection tools and protocols. It provides cross-browser compatibility and cross-platform portability.
Image-maps is a basic online html image mapper tool. Use images from the web or your PC. Load the image, map out your links and get the code. Graphic image is designed in a way that allows different areas of the main image to be click-able by users. These click-able areas then link to different destinations that usually relate to the part of the image the user has clicked on.
Lynks is an online network visualization tool for everyone to use, free of charge. With Lynks you are be able to make network visualizations in no time and share them with whoever you choose. It helps you to explore and discover new insights in your data by visualizing it in an interactive graph.
Nodegoat is a web-based data management, network analysis & visualisation environment. You can create and manage any number of datasets by use of a graphic user interface. Within Nodegoat you are able to instantly analyse and visualise datasets. It allows you to enrich data with relational, geographical and temporal attributes.
Orange is an open source machine learning and interactive data visualization for novice and expert. Interactive data analysis workflows with a large toolbox and addon framework. You can drag and drop classifiers, network analyses and text analysis.
Onodo is an open source network analysis tool for non-tech users. By filling the table the network will pop up. Or by importing your own file and in two steps you will have your visualization ready. Add photos to each node, descriptions or extra information. Embed the visualization or story wherever you want or share it with everyone.
Palladio is a web-based visualization tool for complex data. Visualize your data, copy and paste out of your spreadsheets, drag-and-drop to upload tabular data or link to a file in a public Dropbox folder. You can export Map and Graph visualizations as .svg files, List visualizations as .csv files.
Plotly is an online data analytics and visualization tools. Its collaboration servers (available in cloud or on premises) allow data scientists to showcase their work, make graphs without coding, and collaborate with business analysts, designers, executives, and clients.
RAWGraphs is an open source data visualization framework. RAWGraphs works with delimiter-separated values (i.e. csv and tsv files) as well as with copied-and-pasted texts from other applications. Allows you to export visualizations as vector (SVG) or raster (PNG) images and embed them into your web page.
Make powerful data visualizations using any data. Interactive data visualizations and dashboards.Share dashboards and data. Share, collaborate, and govern securely at scale.
TAGS Explorer is an interface to TAGS based Google Spreadsheets of archived tweets. This data is analysed and the conversations between people are extracted and appear as connections. Hovering over a node gives you a summary of the data recorded in the archive. It's possible to filter the data displayed using the Google Visualization API Query Language.
Timeline.js is an open-source tool that enables anyone to build visually rich, interactive timelines. Beginners can create a timeline using nothing more than a Google spreadsheet. Experts can use their JSON skills to create custom installations, while keeping TimelineJS's core functionality. It works on any site or blog.
Ushahidi Platform is an open source web application for information collection, visualization and interactive mapping. It helps you to collect info from: SMS, Twitter, RSS feeds, Email. Platform helps you to process that information, categorize it, geo-locate it and publish it on a map.
VisualEyes is a web-based authoring tool developed to weave images, maps, charts, video and data into highly interactive and compelling dynamic visualizations. The project data comes from a simple spreadsheet, such as a CSV file or directly linked to a Google Docs spreadsheet.
VOS Viewer is a software tool for constructing and visualizing bibliometric networks. It also offers text mining functionality that can be used to construct and visualize co-occurrence networks of important terms extracted from a body of scientific literature.
WorldMap is an open source software, for scholars who wish to explore, visualize, edit, and publish geospatial information. You can build your own mapping portal and publish it to the world or to just a few collaborators.