A simple guide to open source data visualisation tools.

We have some notes on this here: http://wiki.okfn.org/OpenVisualisation

In the first instance these would be deployed at a basic Wordpress site at: http://vis.okfn.org.

In long term would become a useful, up-to-date source of reference for open source data visualisation tools!

submitted 11 Apr '11, 19:45

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What about making this into a chapter in the Open Data Manual (or a page on the proposed Open Data Manual wiki)?


solved 12 Apr '11, 11:24

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This would now make more sense in http://datapatterns.org/

(01 Dec '11, 02:16) rgrp ♦♦

Data visualization informal resources resources list http://www.mcanet.info/wiki/index.php/Visualization by Mar Canet, Jaume Nualart and others


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edited 12 Apr '11, 15:58

Is it ok to add full tutorials to wiki.okfn.org? Or would that be better on a standalone site. Wiki software is good because it allows multiple contributors & editors.


solved 12 Apr '11, 19:28

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edited 13 Apr '11, 05:28

Very much ok to add to http://wiki.okfn.org. In fact we already have this page on the wiki which we could update in the mean time: http://wiki.okfn.org/OpenVisualisation. I think the point is the proper site can seem a lot nicer, tends to get linked to more etc etc.

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