Hi everyone, Just wondering whether anyone could recommend a site with some high quality visualization tools? Particularly ones with maps?

asked 07 Mar '11, 19:24

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There's a useful listing of visualization tools (including hosted options) here: http://wiki.okfn.org/OpenVisualisation

To give more specific advice it would be useful to have an idea of what (exactly) you are looking for. Do you just want to through up a quick map or are you looking to develop something in depth?


answered 07 Mar '11, 21:19

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If you don't want to get too involved with writing programming code, Google Fusion Tables is a good place to start. For example: - Google Maps & Fusion Tables Hacks

GeoCommons also have a range of point and click map creation from data tools.

And finally, Ordnance Survey are starting to make things easier for non-developers to create O/S maps (OS OpenSpace).

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answered 07 Mar '11, 21:59

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