Data visualisation software
There are numerous programs for creating data visualisations and dashboard reports some of the most popular being:
- Microsoft Power BI
Other products which specialise in infographics, animations and other visualisations include:
- Google Sites
Microsoft Azure Machine Learning Studio
A drag-and-drop tool with a graphical user interface for building, testing and deploying predictive analytics solutions on your data.
SAS Enterprise Miner
A solution for creating accurate predictive and descriptive data models using data mining and statistical techniques such as linear regression, clustering and classification (decision trees).
Minitab has a simple user interface enabling a vast range of statistical tests to be carried out without the need for any programming expertise. Sign tests, z-tests, t-tests, regression, ANOVA and poisson rates are among the multitude of tests available using the in-built functionality.
Jupyter Notebooks are used to explore datasets through an interactive browser-based environment in which you can add notes and run code to manipulate and visualise data. They support languages regularly used by data scientists such as R and Python.