Mirador, a free tool for visual exploration of complex datasets

Mirador is an open-source tool for visual exploration of complex datasets, enabling users to discover correlation patterns and derive new hypotheses from the data. Download Windows and Mac OS X versions from Github.

By Gregory Piatetsky, @kdnuggets, Oct 1, 2014.

Here is a very interesting new tool for visual data exploration, sent to me by Andres Colubri, a researcher at Harvard University and the Broad Institute.

Mirador Mirador is a tool for visual exploration of complex datasets, developed by the Sabeti Lab at Harvard University, the Broad Institute, and Fathom Information Design.

Fathom was founded by Ben Fry, a world-renowned designer specializing in information visualization.

Mirador is an open source project released under the GNU Public License v2.

Initial support was provided by the Center of Communicable Disease Dynamics and the MIDAS network funded by the National Institutes of Health.

It is available on Github for Windows and Mac OS X.

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