Interesting Dataviz Tools of 2020
Data Visualization is one of the most prevalent and ubiquitous approaches used for analytics.
Complex statistics, even when they are as simple as bar graphs, tend to turn individuals and groups into uncontrollable entities. Without proper understanding, they become statistics that can’t be easily manipulated. For example, by observing how a series of values changes over time, a data scientist can learn where trends or changes in the data are taking place. Sometimes this ability is easy to discover, but sometimes you need to work with data that’s much more complex than a simple bar.
Simply paste data directly from Excel, csv or text.
Parsing and validations are automatically performed with available overrides. Choose from 12 charts and dozens of formatting options. Add multiple charts and datasets on the same page.
Quickly turn your spreadsheets into stunning online charts, maps and interactive stories.
Flourish was co-founded by Duncan Clark and Robin Houston. Duncan comes from a storytelling background in data journalism and publishing, while Robin is a mathematician and developer. The pair started working on visualizations as a side project in 2012.
Create simple charts super fast and for free!
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Turn SQL into Powerful Dashboards
Easily and quickly create shareable reports with charts and tables by running SQL queries directly to your database. It takes 1 minute to get started.
Chart.xkcd is a chart library plots “sketchy”, “cartoony” or “hand-drawn” styled charts.
It’s easy to get started with chart.xkcd. All that’s required is the script included in your page along with a single
<svg> node to render the chart. You can install chart.xkcd via script tag in HTML or via npm.
Free Web Pivot Table Tool
The tool offers a classy spreadsheet-like interface optimized both for browser and apps. You will not have to spend time and money on its completion. All principles of reliability and excellent user experience are already implemented in this web reporting tool.
Metabase is the easy, open source way for everyone in your company to ask questions and learn from data.
Metabase is built and maintained by a dedicated team, and is open source, so the community can help improve it too. You get new features, interface improvements, and bug fixes for free, and can forget about building or maintaining your own analytics platform.
Semiotic is a data visualization framework for React.
It provides three types of frames XYFrame, OrdinalFrame, NetworkFrame, to deploy a wide variety of charts.
XYFrame: XY data i.e. line charts and scatterplots
OrdinalFrame: categorical data i.e. bar charts, violin plots, parallel coordinates
NetworkFrame: topological and network data i.e. flow diagrams, network visualization, and hierarchical views
This library is created and maintained by Elijah Meeks.