Tag: visualize data
StorylineJS is an open-source, online tool that generates an annotated, interactive line chart that depicts stories as data that change over time.
AntConc is a free desktop corpus search and concordancing program available for Windows, Mac, and Linux with powerful functions for analyzing corpora, including concordancing, collocation search, and n-grams lists.
Developed by the Vanderbilt Initiative in Data-intensive Astrophysics and the Frist Center for Autism and Innovation, Filtergraph is a free online tool for creating visualizations of data, with support for large datasets.
ArcGIS Online is online Geographic Information System (GIS) software designed to store, manipulate, and analyze spatial data. Maps can be shared with other Princeton users or made public on the web.
Google MyMaps is an online tool enabling the creation of personal digital maps. Choose from different base maps, add points, lines and regions, and add narrative text, audio, and video.
Qualtrics is a survey platform used by scholars and researchers to gather data. Qualtrics, along with a statistical package to further analyze findings. Princeton has a site license administered through the Princeton Survey Research Center.
StoryMapJS is a free, online tool developed by Northwestern University’s Knight Lab. Through an intuitive web interface, students can assemble a series of slides containing titles, text, images, and video and associate those slides with geographic locations. When complete, the resulting slideshow animates and illustrates a path on a map.
TimelineJS is an online tool for creating media-rich, interactive timelines. Developed by the Knight Lab at Northwestern University, the tool allows users to compose a sequence of dates, text, images, audio, video, and links to create a multimedia timeline.