May 26, 2018
IBM’s Open Visualization Data Explorer
Data Explorer brings together dynamic computational and rendering tools in a dynamic, programmable framework that enables users to rapidly create visualizations of highly complex data from disparate sources.
Data Explorer can be used to add visualization capabilities to existing applications. It is used by companies and institutions for applications in a large variety of visualization fields including computational fluid dynamics, medical imagery, computational chemistry, and engineering analysis. For example, it is currently being used to
* Identify and manage portfolio risk worldwide for a large multinational banking group. * Depict oil-flow simulations to improve drilling success-rates and increase reservoir yields. * Piece together over 5,000 ceiling fragments from a 1,200-year-old temple in Peru. * Help insurance agents identify opportunities to cross-sell product offerings. * Visualize developing weather patterns to improve the accuracy of weather forecasts.