Edoardo L’Astorina at BluFrame: “Big Data is amazing. It describes our everyday behavior, keeps track of the places we go, stores what we like to do and how much time we spend doing our favorite activities.
Big Data is made of numbers, and I think we all agree when we say: Numbers are difficult to look at. Enter Big Data visualization….Data visualization lets you interact with data. It goes beyond analysis. Visualization brings a presentation to life. It keeps your audience’s eyes on the screen. And gets people interested….
We made everything easy for you and prepared a series of reviews that cover all the features of the best data visualization tools out there. And we divided our reviews in two sections: data visualization tools for presentations and data visualization tools for developers.
Here are reviews of our 20 best tools for Big Data visualization.
Data Visualization Tools for Presentations: Zero Coding Required:…
Tableau.. is the big data visualization tool for corporate. Tableau lets you create charts, graphs, maps and many other graphics. A desktop app is available for visual analytics….
Infogram…lets you link their visualizations and infographics to real time big data…
ChartBlocks… is an easy-to-use online tool that requires no coding, and builds visualizations from spreadsheets, databases… and live feeds….
Datawrapper.. is aimed squarely at publishers and journalists…
Plotly…will help you create a sharp and slick chart in just a few minutes, starting from a simple spreadsheet….
RAW… boasts on its homepage to be “the missing link between spreadsheets and vector graphics”….
Visual.ly… is a visual content service….
NVD3…runs on top of D3.js –surprise surprise– and aims to build re-usable charts and components….
Chart.js…For a small chart project, Chart.js is your go-to place….
n3-charts…is for the AngularJS lovers out there….
Sigma JS…is what you want for interactivity….
Polymaps…visualizes…. you guessed it: maps….