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Statistics and Data

Visualize and Map Your Data

Data Visualization Tools

  • DataWrapper (Free Version) The free plan enables you to create, publish, embed and export visualizations as PNGs without limits.You can quickly and easily create 19 different chart types, three map types, and flexible tables.
  • Infogr.am (Basic/Free Version) This web-based application allows you to easily create charts and maps using your own data.
  • DataHero (Free Version) For large datasets, try this web-based data visualization tool.
  • Tableau Public (Public/Free Version) For really big datasets, use this data visualization tool to create interactive visualizations which can be embedded in a website or shared.
  • Voyant allows you to quickly visualize and analyze text.

Mapping Tools and Atlases

Have your own dataset and want to map it? Try these GIS applications:

  • DataWrapper (Free Version) The free plan enables you to create, publish, embed and export visualizations as PNGs without limits.You can quickly and easily create 19 different chart types, three map types, and flexible tables.
  • Tableau Public (Public/Free Version) Use this data visualization tool to create online maps which can be shared.
  • ArcGIS Online is mapping software from ESRI, the GIS industry leader. You can create a free ArcGIS Online Public account. An ArcGIS Online Public account provides you with a pared-down version of the desktop application. For the full desktop ArcGIS package, access it at Gleeson Library (on the PCs in the Reference Room Computer Lab) or contact USF's Geospatial Analysis Lab (GSAL).
  • Google My Maps A basic online mapping application from Google.
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