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36 Excellent Data Visualization Tools Data is always useful but it is not easy to comprehend it when it is not presented understandably. This is where data visualization comes in; there are many tools and techniques of providing data in a way that helps the viewers to apprehend the given data. It is very important to draw in the user’s attention via proper data visualization so that he/she is better capable of retaining facts. It would definitely require the media, through which the data is presented, to present the information in such a way that it catches the user’s eye and still be intelligible to him at all counts and levels because representation of facts is always better shown through pictorial representation of statistics. To make it easy for all the data streaming sites to give their data in a most comprehensible way we have brought together a collection of data visualization tools.

15 Data Visualizations That Will Blow Your Mind If a picture is worth a thousand words, a data visualization is worth at least a million. One of the most impactful ways data analysts and scientists can communicate their findings is through the increasingly popular media of data visualizations. Entire websites, podcasts, and Twitter feeds are devoted to sharing these rich, immersive data-driven experiences. Infographics these are not: data visualizations manipulate complex pools of data to visually display the data’s patterns, trends, and correlations. As inspiration for your own work with data, check out these 15 data visualizations that will wow you.

Social Surfing @ UIUC While current search engines serve known-item search such as homepage finding very well, they generally cannot support exploratory search or information foraging effectively. In exploratory search, users do not know their information needs precisely and also often lack the needed knowledge to formulate effective queries, thus querying alone, as supported by the current search engines, is insufficient, and browsing into related information would be very useful. Currently, browsing is mostly done through following hyperlinks embedded on Web pages navigating through structures consisting of a fixed set of categories or other meta-data available, which tends to be restrictive.

Debategraph The Views menu lets you toggle between different visualizations of the map or parts of the map – with each type of view having specific strengths and uses. You can also vary the behavior of each View type using the Options menu. The Bubble views let you browse quickly and dynamically through the structure of a map, and are designed to help you develop an initial feel for the content of the map and of the web of relationships between clusters of connected maps. The arrows connecting ideas become thicker as the average rating of the increases. 1. let's focus Export - Mapping Tools Radar visual literacy.pos Version 2.6. A simple and versatile visual brainstorming software supporting a variety of visual templates and methods (incl. mind mapping). www.mind-pad.com The Headcase Mind Mapper is a reasonably priced mind mapping program that - according to some reviews- is still quite buggy. www.nobox.de A comprehensive, high-quality mapping suite enabling concept and mind maps, as well as a variety of other formats, such as network diagrams or technical drawings.

Tools - Cool Infographics Adioma creates information graphics out of your textual data, using timelines, grids and icons. Create impressive charts from spreadsheets. Assemble into dashboards, embed in websites, or simply share a link. A Python interactive visualization library that targets modern web browsers for presentation Cacoo is a free online drawing tool that allows you to create a variety of diagrams such as site map, flowchart, mind map, wire frame, UML diagram and network diagram. Crowdsourced Analytics Solution Marketplace - Make Sense of Big Data Free interactive charts created online in seconds ChartGo is an online graph maker tool. Gapminder World Poster 2013 This chart compares Life Expectancy & GDP per capita of 182 nations in the year 2013. Each bubble is a country. Size is population. Color is region. People live longer in countries with a higher GDP per capita. No high income countries have really short life expectancy, and no low income countries have very long life expectancy.

Social Surfing @ UIUC While current search engines serve known-item search such as homepage finding very well, they generally cannot support exploratory search or information foraging effectively. In exploratory search, users do not know their information needs precisely and also often lack the needed knowledge to formulate effective queries, thus querying alone, as supported by the current search engines, is insufficient, and browsing into related information would be very useful. Currently, browsing is mostly done through following hyperlinks embedded on Web pages navigating through structures consisting of a fixed set of categories or other meta-data available, which tends to be restrictive.

MindMup This operation requires a valid MindMup Gold License. Export, save and embed larger maps using MindMup Gold. We have sent a temporary access code to your e-mail. Please wait, your license is being restored We could not find that email or username. How To Build a Mind Map In Microsoft Word It is said that an average person has 12,000 to 50,000 thoughts in a day. Of course, a genius might have more than you and I, but the figure mentioned was the hypothetical traffic that goes on in our brain. Our thoughts rarely go from Point A to Point B in a straight line. More likely, they flit about like a firefly caught in a jar.

Links to Infographic Sites, Visual Designers and C - Cool Infographics Randy's infographic design consultancy to Visualize Business Intelligence Jacob O'Neal's site focused on designing animated GIF infographics Company that helps visualize business data Rose Zgodzinski's site to help client find visual solutions Consulting, Design and Social + PR Brian Cragin is an infographic designer in San Diego A masterfully constructed infographic campaign can work wonders for your business Dashboard Design: Data Driven helps your clients better understand and act upon your information Dejure Design provides interactive and visual design services to social justice organizations seeking to make their legal work more accessible and engaging. One of the UK’s leading providers of infographics and data visualisation for bloggers and businesses of all sizes An interactive design industry We make important data beautiful and easy to understand We specialize in transmitting messages in a clear, simple and attractive way.

Learning WebGL A year ago, at a biggest-ever, record-breaking HTML5 Meetup in San Francisco all about WebGL, I predicted we were a tipping point; I think I was right. Let’s take a look at 2014, a banner year for 3D on the web! A Year of Great Content John Cale and Liam Young’s City of Drones brought together experiments in music and architecture; Isaac Cohen continued to blow minds with visualizations like Weird Kids and Webby; Google’s A Spacecraft for All chronicled the 36-year journey of the ISEE-3 space probe; and SKAZKA showed us an alternate world created by The Mill and powered by Goo. A Year of Killer Apps The CHISEL Group, University of Victoria FlexViz is a graph based visualization tool written in Adobe Flex. It allows users to browse a single ontology where the concepts are represented by nodes and the relationships between concepts (e.g. “is_a”, “part-of”) are represented as arcs. It has support for node and arc type filtering, built-in searching, many different graph layouts, zooming, and much more. Primary developer: Chris Callendar

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