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Suite of desktop and online Geographic Information Systems (GIS) software. GIS software allows for the compilation, analysis and visualization of geographic data. The suite includes, among many others, ArcGIS, ArcGIS Pro, ArcGIS Online, StoryMaps

Gephi is an open-source software for network visualization and analysis.

Global Mapper is a Geographic Information Systems (GIS) desktop software, specializing in spacial data processing, analysis and visualization.

The Map and Data Library offers a rich and diverse set of supports and services related to maps, datasets, microdata, data visualization, statistics, geospatial data portals, research data management, and more.

Application for drawing chemical structures for use in database queries, the preparation of graphics for lab reports and journal articles, providing electronic descriptions of molecules and reactions, and features advanced prediction tools.

Tableau Desktop is a commercial program used to create data visualizations and interactive dashboards. Researchers at U of T can get a free 1-year license for non-commercial academic research or teaching.

Microsoft Excel is a powerful spreadsheet tool that can be used to store, organize, analyze and visualize data.

Through a combination of videos, web pages, quizzes, and activities, this self-paced online course will provide an introduction to OpenRefine, a powerful open source tool for exploring, cleaning and manipulating “messy” data.

Through a combination of videos, web pages, quizzes, and activities, this self-paced online course will provide an introduction to R using RStudio. The topics covered are importing and exploring data, graphs, managing data, tidyverse and R markdown.

Through a combination of videos, web pages, quizzes, and activities, this self-paced online course will use a data visualization design workflow model to introduce participants to best practices and guidelines for designing effective visualizations and evaluating visualizations. Self-enroll using your UTORid.

Through a combination of videos, web pages, quizzes, and activities, this self-paced online course will introduce participants to a common data visualization tool, Tableau Desktop. Self-enroll using your UTORid.

Jupyter is an open-source tool that supports interactive data science and scientific computing across programming languages. There is a JupyterHub at SciNet available for research use.

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Suite of desktop and online Geographic Information Systems (GIS) software. GIS software allows for the compilation, analysis and visualization of geographic data. The suite includes, among many others, ArcGIS, ArcGIS Pro, ArcGIS Online, StoryMaps