Big Data Visualization Tools

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Bikakis, Nikos (2018)
  • Subject: Computer Science - Human-Computer Interaction | 97R50, 68P05, 68P15 | Computer Science - Graphics | E.1 | H.2.8 | H.5.2 | Computer Science - Databases | H.4

Data visualization is the presentation of data in a pictorial or graphical format, and a data visualization tool is the software that generates this presentation. Data visualization provides users with intuitive means to interactively explore and analyze data, enabling them to effectively identify interesting patterns, infer correlations and causalities, and supports sense-making activities.
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