Online Interactive Data Visualization
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Pappu ★ 2.1k

I am looking for an online data visualization (plotting, graphing, network analysis etc) platform where I can upload data in csv or text format, and one can interactively visualize the plots. One could also share with others so that they can also manipulate or customize it. I saw google public data is giving somewhat similar solution. Let me know if you are aware of anything more advanced using d3 javascript or other libraries.

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Do you want to write your own software or to analyze your data?

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Vitis ★ 2.5k

The Shiny app by RStudio might be a good option. You could get all your R graphics working interactively. http://www.rstudio.com/shiny/

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I haven't personally used this. But plot.ly looks promising: https://plot.ly/

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Leandro Lima ▴ 970

Hello Pappu.

It's possible to create tables with Google Drive (spreadsheets) and create/publish graphics using Google Charts.

https://developers.google.com/chart/interactive/docs/spreadsheets

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Shuzhi • 0

GraphBio specifically focuses on facilitating the generation of publication-ready plots easily and rapidly instead of data preprocessing and computing. Users can easily prepare data to be visualized by Excel software based on given reference example files from GraphBio. GraphBio provides 15 modules, incl. heatmap, volcano plots, MA plots, network plots, dot plots, chord plots, pie plots, four quadrant diagrams, Venn diagrams, cumulative distribution curves, PCA, survival analysis, ROC analysis, correlation analysis, and text cluster analysis. Website http://www.graphbio1.com/en/

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lennykovac ▴ 90

If you like python you should try grafana. You have to set up the service yourself, but that's easy ;D. Lots of possibilities, open-source and easy to handle!

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