Top 5 Data Visualization Tools




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TOP 5 DATA VISUALIZATION TOOLS // Data visualization is a key communication skill for any data analyst – and almost any businessperson – to know. No matter how great you are at analyzing data, if you can’t package it in a meaningful way, then the impact is often lost.

In this video, we’ll look at the top 5 data visualization tools I recommend learning how to use based on the following criteria::
availability / use
ease of learning & using
quality of data visualizations
big data or small data suited
cost / ease of setup

From Tableau to Qlikview to Power BI, there are a lot tools to use as a data analyst or data scientist to visualize the data. Watch to find out if your favorite tool makes the cut.

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  • The Career Force
    November 12, 2020

    I'm sure you know your stuff, but I find it paradoxical that you have a nearly 14 minute video on Data Visualization tools and not a single screenshot, or workflow of the products, I made it to the 4 minute mark and realized I wouldn't see any visualizations, I then skimmed along the timeline and unless i missed one, I didn't see any. Sell the sizzle, not the steak. I didn't come to this video to see, I'm sorry, listen to a detailed, in depth discussion on your top 5. I did think you might, you know, be visual. Also, Excel is a fine tool, for the 1980's or even the 2000's. To see what other platforms and other tools offer, the distance from the modern to Excel makes it obvious that if your doing data visualization in Excel, you are always being held back by old technology. Think Win 3.1. I think your presentation was great, you had great energy, you presented good points in discussing how you arrived at your Top 5, but you just need to be visual in your presentation. As an analogy, I'm sure I can find someone to talk about John Deere Combines for 14 minutes without showing the color John Deere Green, or any of the features, gadgets, productivity tools in the screens in the cab, the ride, everything about it. Sell the sizzle, not the steak. Just my suggestion. Good Luck!

  • The Career Force
    November 12, 2020

    Please allow me to add some information to this great review. We strongly believe that PowerPoint is great to create data visualizations. But PowerPoint is not able to connect to data sources. We have a solution for that. We have a PowerPoint plugin to connect presentations (so reports) to data sources. Think about RSS, weather, Excel, databases, salesforce, xml, json and so on. We often see that reports and data are finally presented or delivered as PowerPoint presentations.

    Why use PowerPoint for reporting;

    a) Probably already on your computer

    b) The worldwide standard to create presentations

    c) Story boarding; slide by slide, interactive

    d) Animations and transitions <> boring PDF

    e) Easy to send to others

    With our DataPoint, you can

    a) Update your content when you open a linked-PowerPoint presentation, for the latest information. Data refreshes automatically.

    b) Run the slideshow and it can serve as a real-time dashboard for companies and communications (e.g. flight info at an airport)

    c) Generate mail-merged personalized presentations as save as pptx, pdf or even mp4

    Check out website if someone is interested in PowerPoint data visualizations.

  • The Career Force
    November 12, 2020

    Thanks so much for this, I'm new to Data Visualization.
    …By the way… where were the charts for each tool mentioned? Showing the five measured criteria?
    Missed opportunity! 😄

  • The Career Force
    November 12, 2020

    With Python we can generate the visualizations with libraries like matplotlib, seaborn, plotly, etc but they are mainly visualizations used for exploratory data analysis. How do you use the Python visualizations for management level report?

  • The Career Force
    November 12, 2020

    A great piece .

  • The Career Force
    November 12, 2020

    Thank you so much for making this video. Very helpful!

  • The Career Force
    November 12, 2020

    A video explaining data visualisation without any visualisation.

  • The Career Force
    November 12, 2020

    Which one should a Graphic designer learn?

  • The Career Force
    November 12, 2020

    Also data visualization is fun

  • The Career Force
    November 12, 2020

    I've been looking for a channel like this for the last 2 years! Thank you so much for sharing your knowledge! You have a new subscriber!

  • The Career Force
    November 12, 2020
  • The Career Force
    November 12, 2020

    Am working with python and r now

  • The Career Force
    November 12, 2020

    Am looking forward to learn tableu..n I have no prior experience.
    It's it a tuff one to learn n look for career growth in data visualization?

  • The Career Force
    November 12, 2020

    Can u make a video on what are the skills required for business intelligence analyst

  • The Career Force
    November 12, 2020

    Yes, I do.
    Microsoft excel.

  • The Career Force
    November 12, 2020

    What about Google data studio?

  • The Career Force
    November 12, 2020

    1. tableau
    2. qlikview
    3. powerbi
    4. python/r/saas
    5. excel

  • The Career Force
    November 12, 2020

    Analyst here, good list but I am missing Domo. The strength of that tool specifically is the ease of use if you work in a company where many different data sources need to be combined. Like a de-centralized corporate organization with several CRM and ERP tools. Good video! I would put Power BI on 1, due to the complete set of data tools. I'm not that familiar with Tableau, does that tool also have professional data scrubbing and modeling capabilities?

  • The Career Force
    November 12, 2020

    Thanks for your share

  • The Career Force
    November 12, 2020

    Tableau, QlikView, Power BI, (Python, R & SAS), Excel

  • The Career Force
    November 12, 2020

    Hi! What do you think is the best library for visualization in python (plotly and seaborn are good for me haha)?

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