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Among other things, the description should specify: Is the tool good for beginners? Does the tool have a quick learning curve? Is the tool easy to share and embed on other sites?
It will inform the user if the tool requires programming skills. Type of the tool, i.e. if it s a library, API, Web application, Desktop application, Mobile application, wizard (?).
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Name or link to the tool publisher, i.e. the creator of the tool.
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Name or link to the contact point of the tool.
Type of data that the tool can visualise. Select one or more of the defined below, or introduce the type of data if selected Other.
Introduce the type of data that the tool cannot visualise, not listed above.
Type of visualisation that can be created with the tool. Select one or more of the list below, or introduce the type of visualisation if selected Other.
Select the specific type of bar visualisation that can be created with the tool (if known).
Select the specific type of dot or bubble visualisation that can be created with the tool (if known).
Select the specific type of grid visualisation that can be created with the tool (if known).
Select the specific type of line visualisation that can be created with the tool (if known).
Select the specific type of map visualisation that can be created with the tool (if known).
Select the specific type of relation or dependency visualisation that can be created with the tool (if known).
Select the specific type of shapes or proportions visualisation that can be created with the tool (if known).
Other type of visualisation that can be created with the tool, different than the listed above.
Indicate if the user can interact with the data in the visualisations created with the tool (Dynamic) or not (Static).
Website
Link to the website of the visualisation tool.
Indicate whether the visualisation tool is free to use or not.
If the visualisation tool is not free, indicate the price (if known).
Indicate whether the code of the visualisation tool is available online, or could be uploaded in the catalogue.
Upload the file with the source code of the visualisation tool, to be installed or used locally.
Files must be less than 10 MB.
Allowed file types: zip.
Indicate in which operative system the visualisation tool be used.
If the tool could be used in Other operative system, please introduce it here.
Types of input that the visualisation tool could read/import. The values have to be separated by a coma, e.g. URL, XLS, CSV, TSV, JSON, drag-and-drop JSON, XML, copy-past, etc.
Types of output that the visualisation tool can export. The values have to be separated by a coma, e.g. format of dataset, JPEG, CSV, etc.
Technology associated with the architecture of the software itself and with any programming language that may need to be used to generate visualisations. Please introduce the values separated by a coma, e.g. JavaScript, Python, Ruby, etc.
License that the visualisation tool supports. The values have to be separated by a coma, e.g. GNU General Public License, Creative Commons Attribution, Creative Commons NonCommercial, Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial, etc.
How can the tool access to the data to create the visualisation? If other, please specify how.
How can the tool access to the data, if not listed above.
Other features that the visualisation tool has. If not listed here, select Other and specify it.
Additional features that the visualisation tool has, not listed above.
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If the tool could be extended using additional components, e.g. plug-ins for R (analysis), plug-ins for GRASS (analysis), plug-ins for Orfeo Toolbox (analysis), plug-ins for SAGA (analysis), PostgreSQL/PostGIS (database), SpatiaLite (database),MSSQL (database), Oracle (database), plug-ins for OWS layers , plug-ins for WCS layers , plug-ins for WMS layers, plug-ins for WFS layers, etc.
Check this field if the tool offers support in case of problems, errors, guidance...
Check this field if the visualisation tool is already used by any European Institution.
European Institutions that are using the tool, or have used it previously. Please introduce the names separated by a coma
Check this field in case that the visualisation tool has been developed by an Europan Institution.
Indicate the European Institution that has developed the visualisation tool. Please introduce the names separated by a coma.
Level of experience that a person needs to have to create visualisations with the tool.
Check if the tool is deprecated

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