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Visualisation catalogue

The catalogue is a collection of visualisation tools, trainings and re-usable visualisations for all levels of data visualisation expertise, from beginner to expert.

OpenStreetMap

OpenStreetMap powers map data on thousands of websites, mobile apps, and hardware devices.

Visualisation type: Maps

Data type: Geospatial data

Interaction type: Dynamic

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OpenLayers

Publish a dynamic map in a web page. It can display map tiles, vector data and markers loaded from several types of sources. OpenLayers has been developed to further the use of geographic information of all kinds.

Visualisation type: Other

Data type: Geospatial data

Interaction type: Dynamic

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MATLAB

MATLAB is a programming language developed by MathWorks. It started out as a matrix programming language where linear algebra programming was simple. It can be run both under interactive sessions and as a batch job. MATLAB proposes toolbox for specific applications like statistics analysis, machine learning and finance.

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Mathematica

Mathematica is the creation of Stephen Wolfram. At the heart of Mathematica is a computer algebra system, that is, a system for doing algebraic manipulations symbolically (and therefore exactly). However, Mathematica also incorporates floating point (or finite precision) computation, arbitrary precision arithmetic, graphics, and text processing. It is also a programming environment.

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Leaflet.js

Open-source JavaScript library for mobile-friendly interactive maps.

Visualisation type: Maps

Data type: Geospatial data Numerical data

Interaction type: Dynamic

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JQuery Vector Maps

jQuery plugin that renders Vector Maps. It uses resizable Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) for modern browsers.

Visualisation type: Maps

Data type: Geospatial data

Interaction type: Dynamic

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InstantAtlas

InstantAtlas™ delivers interactive reports, presentations and websites that combine statistics and maps which can lead to inform better decision-making.

Visualisation type: Maps Other

Data type: Geospatial data

Interaction type: Dynamic

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GeoJSON Editor (GEOD)

The GeoJSON Editor (GEOD) is a map editor allowing you to draw shapes (lines, polygons) and create markers on a map, in a multilingual way. Features can be exported and / or imported in a GeoJSON or CSV file, in a ZIP archive of files for multilingual features.

Visualisation type: Maps

Data type: Geospatial data

Interaction type: Dynamic

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Webtools Maps

Maps lets you embed interactive maps in your website. You can customize maps by displaying data in overlays. You can create your own overlays. Map is a modern JavaScript library for mobile-friendly interactive maps. It is driven by Leaflet. Whereas this corporate version offers ready-to-use plugins such as KML, clusters, standard markers in different colors, country and region boundaries, a wide range of background maps and much more in the coming months, business-specific customization can be achieved by using the Leaflet API. This is a central service; you do not have to install the files on your website to use it. The required files to run this service are loaded by the Smart Loader. Features: - Quick "time-to-market". Render your data and configure interactive behaviour quickly and efficiently. - Mobile friendly UI - User interface labels available in 24 languages - Native provision of authoritative background maps and administrative interactive boundaries provided by Eurostat. - Support, advice and assistance by a dedicated team at DIGIT. Proof-of-concepts can be requested on-demand. -

Visualisation type: Maps

Data type: Geospatial data Numerical data

Interaction type: Dynamic

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Geographic JSON

Format for encoding a variety of geographic data structures.

Visualisation type: Maps

Data type: Geospatial data

Interaction type: Static

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