Parallel coordinates Parallel coordinates is a common way of visualizing high-dimensional geometry and analyzing multivariate data. History Parallel coordinates were invented by Philbert Maurice d'Ocagne (fr) in 1885, and were independently re-discovered and popularised by Al Inselberg  in 1959 and systematically developed as a coordinate system starting from 1977.
Software for visualizing phylogenetic trees and rooted networks. Download Dendroscope 3 here. Dendroscope 3 - An interactive viewer for rooted phylogenetic trees and networks Researchers studying phylogenetic relationships need software that is able to visualize rooted phylogenetic trees and networks efficiently, increasingly of large datasets involving hundreds of thousands of taxa. The program should be user friendly (easy to run on all popular operating systems), facilitate interactive browsing and editing the trees and allow one to export the result in multiple file formats in publication quality. In addition, there is a need for a program that allows one to compute rooted phylogenetic networks from trees. Tübingen University: Algorithms in Bioinformatics: Dendroscope
Mondrian - Interactive Statistical Data Visualization in JAVA