Visualization Tools

The One Million Tweet Map: Using Maptimize to Visualize Tweets in a World Map

The one million tweet map is an interesting social media tool that you can use to visualize tweets and aggregated Twitter data in a world map. By using The one million tweet map you can run searches specifying a search term or a hashtag and quickly find a heatmap. The One Million Tweet Map is the name that …

ChartBin Online Data Visualization Tool

ChartsBin is a web-based data visualization tool that will allow you to quickly and easily create rich interactive visualizations with their own data to be used in PowerPoint presentations or Keynote slides. You can then share your interactive visualizations with others by embedding them in websites, too. This is a very nice tool not only …

Treemap Visualization

A treemap is a type of visualization that helps to see the trees behind the forest. Treemaps display hierarchical information in a series of clustered rectangles, which together represent a whole. The size of each box represents a quantity and usually are represented with colors in order to add another dimension or to represent any number of values, …

Scriptographer: Using Scripts in Adobe Illustrator

Scriptographer is a scripting plugin for Adobe Illustrator that gives the user the possibility to extend Illustrator’s functionality by the use of the JavaScript language. The user is no longer limited to the same tools that are used by most graphic designers around the globe. Scriptographer allows the creation of mouse controlled drawing-tools, effects that …

Visual.ly lets you design Infographics that you can use for presentations

Visual.ly is the world’s largest community of dataviz and infographics that let you create, explore and share infographics online. This can be a good resource for data presenters and educators to create stunning and awesome infographics for elearning or businesses. By using Visual.ly you can create stunning infographics and share online. Then you can also combine the …

Impress.js: The death by PowerPoint… and Prezi

Inspired on Prezi, Impress.js is a free and open source alternative that let you design free presentations using HTML5 and CSS3. The source code is available on Github and you can start using Impress.js as a Javascript library. With Impress.js you can create amazing and wonderful 3D animated presentations, although there isn’t an online editor …

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