Wikiprogress Data Visualization Contest 2015 – Tools, resources and data

Tools, resources and data

Data visualization tools

We acknowledge the support of Landscapes.org and Onthinktanks.org in gathering this list of tools and resources

  • Infogr.am (Infogr.am is user-friendly interface to help develop creative, interactive infographics).
    Piktochart (Piktochart is a simple WYSIWYG editor to help develop and design charts and infographics.)
  • Easel.ly (A digital canvas to help develop unique data visualizations)
    Visual.ly (Create, share and explore great visual content)
  • Tableau Software (A free data visualization tool that can help you create an interactive viz and embed it in your website or share it. Anyone can do it, it’s that easy—and it’s free.)
  • Datawrapper (An open source tool helping anyone to create simple, correct and embeddable charts in minutes.)
    VIDI (A suite of powerful intuitive Drupal data-visualization modules for anyone to use on any standard set of data ranging from government databases to demographics and statistics.)
  • IBM Many Eyes (Collection of data visualizations, and a tool for infographics)
  • Gap Minder (Is a non-profit venture to help make public data from several multi-national organizations accessible)
  • D3.js (D3.js is a JavaScript library for manipulating documents based on data. D3 helps you bring data to life using HTML, SVG and CSS)
  • Quadrigram (Quadrigram is a powerful visual editor that lets you design and customize interactive data visualizations)
  • Raw App

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