Hello all, I'm new to information visualization. I'm going to visualize my data. It's quite obvious that there are so many softwares that I can use. But in my concrete work I'm asked to use some kind of tools that works according to the "data state reference model" . If you do not know what it is, you can check it here: I've searched a lot of tools, but i'm not sure which of them use this model. so my questions are: 1. Does refine use this model? 2. Which available tools use this model if you know?
Maybe here is not the right place to ask questions like my, please do not delete it!! Any input will be appreciated! Alex
I'm not that familiar with the data state reference model and usually just pick tools based on the applications I'm doing. One of the visualization tools I use a lot (although not on the site here) is the ggplot2 library for R, which is based on the Grammar of Graphics. It's set up in a way that allows you to easily create diverse complex graphics. A Google image search will show you a lot of what people are doing with it. --ChrisDavis (talk) 17:51, 4 December 2014 (CET)