6 Data Visualization tools


According to wikipedia ;

A chart is a visual representation of data, in which the data are represented by symbols such as bars in a bar chart or lines in a line chart. A chart can represent tabular numeric data, functions or some kinds of qualitative structures.

Let’s take a look, hopefully you’ll find new and useful 10 jQuery based chart.

  1. JavaScript Data Visualization Toolkit: InfoVis


    InfoVis is a open source JavaScript Data Visualization Toolkit for creating Interactive Data Visualizations for the Web. InfoVis offering multiple ways to Data Representations like;  Treemaps, Radial Layouts, HyperTrees/Graphs, SpaceTree-like Layouts, and more… You may use the JIT with your favorite DOM manipulation framework.

    It has various methods to add/remove/override nodes & manipulate every aspect of the outputs because all visualization classes are mutable. InfoVis Tested with: IE6+, Firefox2+, Safari3+, Opera9.5+ InfoVis is a open source JavaScript Data Visualization Toolkit released under the BSD License.

  2. Axiis : Data Visualization Framework


    Axiis is a open source data visualization framework based on Degrafa graphics framework and Adobe Flex 3. Axiis is ideal for beginner and expert developers alike. Whether you are building elegant charts for executive briefings or exploring the boundaries of advanced data visualization research. Axiis is an open source project, released under an MIT license.

  3. Free Visualization Components For Flex (AS3)


    Kap Lab is a service and software provider focused on Web 2.0. Kap Lab provides Flex components for Data Visualization and Flex Development. It offer 5 impressive & free visualization components for Flex. Kap Lab Components are free for personal and professional use (OEM included) under the terms of Kap IT License.

    The components are:

    1. Diagrammer :universal diagramming Library.
    2. Visualizer :universal Graph Explorer.
    3. Radar Chart :Analyze data set on many dimensions.
    4. Treemap :Analyze large data set at a glance.
    5. Ring Chart:Step up to the next level of pie chart.
  4. Protovis – A graphical toolkit for visualization

    Protovis - A graphical toolkit for visualization

    Protovis is a visualization toolkit for JavaScript using the canvas element. It takes a graphical approach to data visualization, composing custom views of data with simple graphical primitives like bars and dots.

  5. Yahoo Pipes style JavaScript Wiring Library: WireIt

    Yahoo Pipes style JavaScript Wiring Library

    WireIt is an open-source JavaScript library to create web wirable interfaces for dataflow applications, visual programming languages or graphical modeling like yahoo Pipes. WireIt Tested with: Firefox 2.0+, Safari 2.0+, IE 7.0, Opera 9+ and Chrome 1.0+. It uses the YUI library (2.7.0) for DOM and events manipulation, and excanvas for IE support of the canvas tag.

  6. Wheel-Like Data Visualization With MooWheel

    Wheel-Like Data Visualization With MooWheel

    MooWheel is a mootools based script to create unique and elegant visualize data using JavaScript and the <canvas> object. Using MooWheel is very simple and extremely easy. You simply create a data array, add a canvas tag and call the function. MooWheel only requires 2 arguments to create a basic wheel graph.

    The data array and the canvas element. To use MooWheel script requires three libraries to support it. CanvasText (for text support with canvas elements), ExCanvas (for IE canvas support), and MooTools 1.2; all three are included in the package.

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