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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.

Quality of life

"Quality of life" is a tool which provides an insight into the different aspects of quality of life in your country and gives you the possibility to do comparisons within and between countries.

Visualisation type: Infographics Shapes/ proportions

Data type: Numerical data

Interaction type: Dynamic

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SAP Lumira

SAP Lumira is known as a visual intelligence tool to create and visualize stories on dataset. It was earlier known as Visual Intelligence tool where you could visualize data and create stories to provide graphical details of the data. Data is entered in Lumira as data set and you can apply filters, hierarchies, calculated columns to build documents on Lumira. You can choose various charts like Bar charts, Pie charts, etc. to visualize the data effectively.

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Rstudio

RStudio is an integrated development environment (IDE) for R. It includes a console, syntax-highlighting editor that supports direct code execution, as well as tools for plotting, history, debugging and workspace management. RStudio is available in open source and commercial editions and runs on the desktop (Windows, Mac, and Linux) or in a browser connected to RStudio Server or RStudio Server Pro (Debian/Ubuntu, RedHat/CentOS, and SUSE Linux).

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Tableau

Tableau is a powerful data discovery and exploration application allows you to answer important questions in seconds. You can use Tableau's drag and drop interface to visualize any data, explore different views, and even combine multiple databases easily. It does not require any complex scripting. Anyone who understands the business problems can address it with a visualization of the relevant data. After analysis, sharing with others is as easy as publishing to Tableau Server.

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Tableau Public

Tableau Public is a free service that allows publishing interactive data visualisations online. The data visualisations published to Tableau Public (“vizzes”) can be embedded into webpages and blogs, shared via social media or email, and made available for download to other users. Visualisations are created in the accompanying app Tableau Desktop Public Edition (or another Edition of Tableau Desktop). Creating visualisations with Table does not require any programming skills.

Visualisation type: Bars Dots/ bubbles Shapes/ proportions

Data type: Numerical data

Interaction type: Dynamic

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Venngage

Venngage is a tool that allows creating all types of infographics using predefined templates.

Visualisation type: Bars Lines Shapes/ proportions

Data type: Other

Interaction type: Static

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Protovis

Protovis allows composing custom views of data with simple marks such as bars and dots. Protovis allows defining marks through dynamic properties that encode data, allowing inheritance, scales and layouts to simplify construction.

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PowerBI

Power BI is a Data Visualization and Business Intelligence tool that converts data from different data sources to interactive dashboards and BI reports. Power BI suite provides multiple software, connector, and services - Power BI desktop, Power BI service based on Saas, and mobile Power BI apps available for different platforms. These set of services are used by business users to consume data and build BI reports.

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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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