In Pictures: Data visualisation on a shoestring

Are you seeking tools for data visualisation and analysis that won't bust your budget? Here are dozens of ideas.

Quantum GIS (QGIS) QGIS is an open-source alternative to ArcGIS software -- perhaps not as polished or with as many labor-saving features, but highly capable and robust. The QGIS community has created a number of plugins that further extend its capabilities.

You can load multiple data tables into QGIS for multi-layered maps, join tables on common fields, and do full-fledged geospatial visualization and analysis.

Get it: http://www.qgis.org

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