Voyant is a great tool that takes text and generates word frequencies and tag clouds.
Brilliant site that is a mixture of a database of people and corporations and governments etc. and tools to "connect the dots" between them.
For example, take a look at How Fracking Special Interests Infiltrate the UK Parliament
See also: My Little Crony
A tool to clean up your messy or disorganised data files.
Worth a look.
A BETA stream and data editing and routing tool, like Yahoo Pipes I guess.
Node network diagram builder.
If you need to tag, or codify some text, looking for themes in transcripts, this free web-based tool is great.
Grist is a spreadsheet-relational-database hybrid (like Baserow and NoCoDB). I like these no-code/low-code products because for most people (i.e not enterprises) a relational DB makes a lot of sense, but in terms of tools and UX they are awful, so people use spreadsheets and lose "relationalability".
Incredible "end-user" tool for visualistion network graphs.
Connect to your data source and create an interactive dashboard visualiation
An incredible number of visualisation of data types.
Copy .csv data and play with visualisation possibilities.
Textable is an Add-on to a really interesting visual tool call Orange3. With them together you can do textual or data analysis and shaping, and filtering, WITHOUT coding.
How many ways are there to draw time? Think about what time aspects your data has, and go and see if you could could be displaying it better.
Auroral radio emissions are associated with the Northern Lights or Aurora. The most intense of these emissions is a phenomenon called Auroral Kilometric Radiation (AKR). It is produced in the auroral zones at an altitude between 3000 and 20 000 kilometres.
This curated collection is part of a broader research endeavour in which data, sonification and design converge to explore the potential of sound in complementing other modes of representation and broadening the publics of data.
Laurie uses data about herself to create fantastic artworks, or visualisations, or sculptures. Amazing.
This iOS app takes your location data and turns it into an interesting visualisation.
Excellent article that links to a number of projects working in the area of sonification, turning data into sounds.
A totally fantastic collection of visualisations and infographics to explore and imagine making yourself.
An interesting quantified self project in which Eric visualise the lyrics of all the songs he's listened to in numerous interesting ways
Interesting article on how photos are used to generate speed data from the Tokyo Olympics.
Wonderful visualisation of connections, companies and corruption with UK politcians.
Wonderful visualisation of COVID worth exploring.
The City of York Council provides lots of data about all sorts of things in your area, such as spending or footfall numbers in the town in .csv format.
There are even .kml files of listed trees, or where litter bins are, that can be imported into Google My Maps or Google Earth.
Brilliant explorable dataset, with downloadable data