This is a spottily-updated list of miscellaneous resources I’ve come across dealing with data visualization in several forms.
The Graphs and Graphing and Visualization pages will be subsumed by this one in the fullness of time.
Ratings, when available, are entirely subjective based on my interest.
A React library to build dashboards
based on Bootstrap 5
A library for manipulating datasets client-side (goes hand in hand with Storyboard, which is great for async processing.)
|Geodata||2008||gheat||Tile server for integration with Google Maps||HTML, PNG||
Requires Python 2.5, PIL and whatnot
a component for displaying traffic data among graph nodes on a WebGL canvas
|Graphs||2009||Graphviz||Desktop and CLI app||Multiple|
Slow and pokey
Very good interactive navigation
Might be usable after a thorough visual review
Not much interaction, but good visuals
An implementation of Graphviz for the browser
A very nice platform for interactive graphs
An awesome client-server approach that can handle thousands of dynamic nodes and has a number of language bindings.
A library for direct interaction with GEXF representations
With some interesting interactivity features.
A port of the Python
Can do timelines besides graphs.
Commercial, but interesting.
Can be used to programmatically do just about anything, including graphs
Can do several kinds of interactive data plots and directed/undirected graphs
|Flow Map||Java desktop tool||Multiple||
Unique, as far as I know
A D3-powered word cloud library that might come in handy.
|Scientific Visualization||2009||R||Desktop app||Multiple||
Focuses on statistical computing, graphics are a competent add-on.
Competent GTK app, hasn’t been updated since 2005
Heavy-duty scientific visualization tool
Very interesting, if niche.
Very high performance native code, with Mac/Xcode support.
Allows for interesting interactivity.
WebGL library – impressive.
A very nice, full-featured timeline solution.