Tools for Network and Data Visualisation
- Plotly (Free to Sign Up)
This site can be used to create graphs and data representations with a professional look. The site has various formats in which you can create your visualisation and examples to show you how it can be done. Visualisations can be embedded in web pages.
- Google Fusion Tables (Free)
This site can create a visualisation and/or a map using spreadsheet input and is able to summarise large amounts of data. It can also merge more than one table into one visualisation. It’s able to create pinpoints on locations, which can be clicked on to reveal information about this location. Visualisations can be embedded in web pages.
- Palladio (Free)
Tool for managing and presenting data in maps, network graphs, and image galleries. Targeted at history projects. A case study user guide for beginners is at Programming Historian.
- Gephi - Graph and Network Visualisation (Free to Download)
This site's features include: real-time visualisation, layout algorithms to alter the shape of the graph, metrics for social network analysis and customisable cartography creation.