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Web app for rapidly creating tabular visualizations from spreadsheets.
Fairly easy to learn, but limited on types of graphs you can create.
Visualize complex historical data with ease.
RAW Graphs works with delimiter-separated values (i.e. csv and tsv files) as well as with copied-and-pasted texts from other applications (e.g. Microsoft Excel, Google Spreadsheets, TextEdit, …). It also works with CORS-enabled endpoints (APIs). Then select from a wide range of layouts and tune your chart.
Free, easy tool. No programming experience necessary. Create timelines.
Free. Quickly create a tag cloud (aka word cloud) which is a visual representation of text data. Tags are single words and the importance of each tag is shown with font size or color.
Free. Visually appealing templates for presentations, reports, and other print formats.
Organize, manage, and visualize your data in Microsoft Excel. Data visualizations include charts, graphs, and PivotTables.
Free version. Create, save and share.
A software whose purpose is to visualize data sets. It is very popular among tech companies. This is the paid version.
Powerful software for qualitative data analysis.
Tool used for studying text, particularly useful for the digital humanities.
Reports on social, health, labor, cultural, demographic, economic and other indicators for specific countries worldwide.
More about Tableau
Tableau has two main softwares that can be used for interactive data visualization and analysis. There are some key differences, but both can be used to create and share data visualizations.
- Your data and visualizations can be viewed by anyone.
- Do not use with data that has private information.
- Connects to limited data sources.
- Fee-based; however, if you are a student or a teacher, you can obtain a free one-year license.
- Only people you share your visualizations with can see your data and visualizations.
- Can use data with private information since files can be saved locally.
- Connects to a wide variety of data sources.
Tools that Require Programming Knowledge
Programming experience would be useful.
D3-based reusable chart library
Some programming experience may be useful.
Open source GIS system. Create, edit, visualise, analyse and publish geospatial information on Windows, Mac, Linux, BSD (Android coming soon).
Great tool for geospatial information. Fee-based.
A user-friendly free downloadable resource which lets you explore the world in 3D including famous landmarks, mountains, etc..
View, edit and use geographical data.