Visplore is an interactive tool for large amounts of data and offers customized applications for Visual Analytics. This software technology offers flexible combinations of visualizations, interactions and calculations, which allow users without extensive statistical knowledge a completely new, easy-to-use access to working with data. By combining human knowledge, intuition and visual perception with the computing power of modern IT, Visplore is able to use the growing amount of data to improve understanding and decision support - intuitively, in-depth and in real-time.
Examples of typical areas of application are data plausibility checks, support for statistical modelling, e.g. for the validation and selection of forecast models, and sensitivity analysis of key figures with regard to the changes in parameters. In addition to its flexibility and performance, Visplore is characterized by unique visualization techniques. Visplore is the ideal basis for high-performance analytical cockpits. Visplore-based applications are successfully used in the energy industry, industrial quality management, engine development and health economics.
We developed Visplore over many years in our research work together with renowned companies such as AVL, APG Austrian Power Grid, Hakom, Plasmo, RHI, Wien Energie or the Hauptverband österreichischer Sozialversicherungsträger. There are more than 25 scientific papers in high-calibre publications about the powerful visual analytics tool Visplore, several of these publications have also received awards. The software forms the basis for many of our basic research projects as well as use cases in applied industrial research. Visplore is currently being further developed in a spin-off founded by VRVis employees.
Licensing information as well as information about collaborating in a joint research project based on Visual Data Analytics and Visplore is available on request. Please contact Gerd Hesina at products(at)vrvis.at.
If you are interested in standard software packages from Visplore, please contact Harald Piringer at www.visplore.com.