Best Data Visualization Tools
Data has to be modified or visualized to collect meaningful information better than being in its raw state. Today, sophisticated tools and techniques such as artificial intelligence, machine learning, and statistics are used for collecting information from raw data and transform it into an understandable structure for various requirements. Data visualization allows observing various patterns and useful information statistics that are not available in its raw form. Data visualization is performed using the visualization tools that show insights from the raw data.
Today, organizations utilize information from data and analyze this information for business strategies and future predictions using artificial intelligence. Take a look at some of the best data visualization tools available today.
1. Google Chart
Keeping up with the Google standards in quality and user friendliness, the Google chart is one of the easiest and simplest data visualization tools. It seamlessly handles huge amount of data with exceptional efficiency. Google chart comes with a set of chart gallery that includes simple line graph to complex hierarchical tree-like graphs. The charts are highly customizable and it renders the chart in HTML5/SVG format with cross-browser compatibility. Moreover, the Google chart is quite efficient in handling real-time data, and combine data from other Google products like Google Map with your existing data to make an interactive chart and control them from an interactive dashboard. Furthermore, the service is absolutely free with a strong Google support.
2. Fusion Chart
Chart.js is an open source library that only supports up to six chart types that includes Line chart, bar chart, polar chart, radar chart, pie chart, and doughnut chart. Emerged in recent time, the application uses responsive and flat design. Chart.js is the perfect solution for small projects and visualizing small data sets. The application uses HTML5 canvas element for rendering charts.
5. Fusion Charts
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