Larisa Deac
Larisa DeacUX/UI Designer

What are the best tools for data visualization for non developers?

I'm looking for the best tool to create and customize charts without code
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    Google Data Studio

    Live, interactive reports and dashboards for Google data

    Craig Pearson
    Craig PearsonCraig Pearson, Tech Entrepreneur · Written
    Simple to use, Free tier (for now) Lots of data sources supported including CSV file upload and Google sheets. You can use more technical options as well.
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    Forest Admin

    Your back office, redefined.

    Thomas DIDIER
    Thomas DIDIER6Product Marketing Manager, Ermeo · Written
    If you're storing the data you want to analyze/visualize in a database, Forest Admin back office solution could probably be a potential solution to your need.
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    Parabola 2.0

    Automate manual processes without spreadsheets or code

    Jon Sutherland
    Jon SutherlandJust a lefty pushing pixels and code ✌️ · Written
    Jon Sutherland made this product
    Parabola makes it easy to pull in data from multiple sources, transform it, and push it to visualization tools, like Geckoboard. You can do it all without writing a single line of code! Disclaimer: I work at Parabola 😻
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    • JP Bertram
      JP BertramHey. Head of Marketing, RolePoint.

      We've been using Parabola for a few years and it's changed the way we do business. Parabola has allowed us to streamline and automate our manual sales operations processes, and do more with the free time that was created. We've been able to build automation flows without any coding experience and without borrowing engineering time. It's super easy. Whenever anything comes up internally, we often first ask, "I wonder if we can do this in Parabola?" Most of the time, the answer is yes. Definitely worth checking out if you're spending a lot of your day in spreadsheets. The potential is really left up to your imagination. Great product, great team.

    • Thomas Korte
      Thomas KorteFounder, AngelPad (SF & NYC Accelerator)

      Once everything is connected, the application is incredibly powerful.

      Highly recommended for anyone with many data sources who needs to run analysis & share it with people who should not have access to the underlaying data, but the aggregate results/analysis.

  4. I've tried a few ways to visualise data and Power BI is the one that I keep coming back to and recommend to others. It has a free tier, thriving plugin marketplace and an astonishing rate of development. But I like it principally because it connects to everything and making pretty and informative pictures is easy. It's like next level Excel, if you can do pivot tables you can do live dashboards and multi-page reports.
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    I've tried a few ways to visualise data and Power BI is the one that I keep coming back to and recommend to others. It has a free tier, thriving plugin marketplace and an astonishing rate of development. But I like it principally because it connects to everything and making pretty and informative pictures is easy. It's like next level Excel, if you can do pivot tables you can do live dashboards and multi-page reports.
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  5. Grafana is really easy to use and scalable. Plus the visualisations are quite pretty.
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    Mode Analytics

    Tools to connect data and the people who analyze it.

    Chris Sheffield
    Chris Sheffield| OFFICIAL PRODUCT HUNT CONTRIBUTOR | · Written
    I'm using this currently to not only learn SQL and Python to upskill myself in Data Analytics but it has a great platform to present Data visually. Free to use as well.
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    Infogram

    Make charts & infographics that people love

    Rich Peterson
    Rich PetersonFounder @ Generous Work · Written
    Beautiful product and easy to use.
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    • Matt Pliszka
      Matt Pliszkaresearching SaaS software @ pickSaaS.com

      Really like using Infogram in my daily job, it's super intuitive and provides a vast flexibility for different types of designs.

  8. JP
    JPFounder and Activist Researcher · Written
    Kumu is a powerful data visualization platform that helps you organize complex information into interactive relationship maps. Kumu makes it easy to organize complex data into relationship maps that are beautiful to look at and a pleasure to use.
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