GGobi is an open source visualization program for exploring high-dimensional data. It provides highly dynamic and interactive graphics such as tours, as well as familiar graphics such as the scatterplot, barchart and parallel coordinates plots. Plots are interactive and linked with brushing and identification.
Data Visualization Software Free
• Acts as a high-dimensional drawing tool, by adding, moving, and drawing lines between points.
• Connects with R to perform statistical analyses
• Can be extended using modular plugins
Small (<50 employees), Medium (50 to 1000 Enterprise (>1001 employees)
• Draw dotplots and scatterplots, barcharts, spineplots and histograms, parallel coordinate plots, scatterplot matrices
• Link data points and lines between plots using persistent or transient brushing, and identification
• Pan and zoom
• Rotate data in 3D, and tour high-dimensional data using sequences of 1D, 2D and 2x1D projections augmented by manual control and automatic projection pursuit guidance
GGobi is a dependable open source visualization program used to explore high-dimensional data. It offers highly dynamic and interactive graphics like tours, as well as well-known graphics including scatter plots, bar chart, and parallel coordinate plots.
Plotting graphs and charts on GGobi is easy and fast. Some of GGobi’s major functions and features include pan and zoom, connects with R to perform statistical analyses, supports modular plug-ins, rotates data in 3D and tour high-dimensional data, and link data plots and lines. GGobi allows users to move data around in three ways: the grand tour, guided tour, and manual control.
With GGobi’s simple brushing, you can easily link between points in one plot and lines in another, provided that the line and points are matched one-to-one. It also enables user to change the brush size and the coordinates between transient and continuous brushing. GGobi can be used as a teaching tool for investigation cataloguing, outline of bi- and tri- variate normal distributions, factor exploration and analysis, and independent maps and multivariate confidence regions. GGobi enables users to effectively utilize parallel coordinates plots (PCP).
GGobi is available on various operating systems such as Linux, OS X, and Windows. GGobi has a large community of friendly users who are willing assist new users on problems and issues encountered. Using GGobi’s sequences of 1D, 2D and 2x1D projections amplified by manual control and automatic projection pursuit guidance, you can rotate data in 3D and utilize high-dimensional data. GGobi enables users to separations between clusters in high-dimension.