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*[http://sourceforge.net/projects/jtreeview/ Java Treeview] Java Treeview - An Open Source, Extensible Viewer for Microarray Data in the PCL or CDT format
 
*[http://sourceforge.net/projects/jtreeview/ Java Treeview] Java Treeview - An Open Source, Extensible Viewer for Microarray Data in the PCL or CDT format
 
*[http://www.sciencenews.org/pictures/mathtrek/112608/nightingale.swf Nightingale Rose Charts] Flash animation
 
*[http://www.sciencenews.org/pictures/mathtrek/112608/nightingale.swf Nightingale Rose Charts] Flash animation
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*[https://xeno.graphics Xenographics] Weird but (sometimes) useful charts
  
 
== Parallel Coordinates ==
 
== Parallel Coordinates ==

Latest revision as of 11:55, 22 October 2018

  • Arc Diagrams Representing complex patterns of repetition in string data (by Martin Wattenberg)
  • SpiraClock SpiraClock is a new visualization technique for nearby events. Events are displayed inside an analog clock that can be also used as a regular computer clock. SpiraClock supplements traditional time-table or calendar displays by giving the user a continuous feedback on upcoming events. Compared to alarms and pop-up reminders, SpiraClock is far less intrusive and more informative.
  • Music Animation Machine (M.A.M.) Visualizing complex music.
  • history flow Visualizing wiki web document evolution
  • Java Treeview Java Treeview - An Open Source, Extensible Viewer for Microarray Data in the PCL or CDT format
  • Nightingale Rose Charts Flash animation
  • Xenographics Weird but (sometimes) useful charts

Parallel Coordinates[edit]

Heat Maps[edit]