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Case study: A brief review of online visualisation tools that can help There is a growing range of online tools to help users their data. This brief review highlights four online visualisation tools that can help. The links page also links to lots more useful resources. Online tools that can help visualise data (these tools are free to use, but any data uploaded is typically then available on the system for other users) highlighted below include: On the resources and links page, we also link to free software applications and libraries for visualising data, and development languages for more sophisticated data visualisation. Many Eyes Many Eyes was started by researchers from the IBM Visual Communication Lab, to encourage sharing and conversation around visualisations. Users can upload datasets to the Many Eyes website, and use the visualisation tools to explore the data (see the image below for some examples). Click for full size Gapminder World and Trendalyzer Maptube Users can:
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