The Circos table viewer uses the Circos application to turn data tables into chord diagrams.
into circularly composited visualizations like this
Through the settings panel You can control the manner in which your tabular data is parsed, filtered and displayed.
If you are interested in this approach, read Visualizing Tabular Data - Introduction. If you are interested in the details proceed to Visualizing Tabular Data - How to Use Circos to Visualize Tables.
This kind of plot is implemented in Pentaho and d3.js, which calls them chord diagrams. Circos table visualizations have been used to explore global migration (step-by-step tutorial) and inspired mosaic art.
Before uploading a data file, check the samples gallery to make sure that your data format is compatible.
Need help? Post questions to the Circos Google Group.
If you are using the size, order or color options below, make sure your input file has the appropriate content (see samples 5-9).
Don't have a data file? No problem, try our random data generator. Adjust the settings to change the figure.
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9.oct.15 Updated to use Circos 0.68. Added ability to hide first tick and force drawing last tick, which corresponds to segment size.
7.sep.12 Updated to use Circos 0.63. Batch file in
batch/ now uses relative paths.
12.mar.12 Updated sample images.
7.mar.12 Fixed cookie bugs. Added image features: segment radius/spacing and segment/tick label color.
14.feb.12 Fixed bugs caused by Mac and DOS line ends.
8.feb.12 Fixed bugs caused by stale cookies.
3.jan.12 More image settings.
6.aug.10 Added colored ribbon caps to indicate identity of distant segment.
28.apr.10 Added quartile ribbon transparency and color options.
27.apr.10 Added ratio layout and verbose option reports.
23.apr.10 Archive added. Site layout updated.
22.apr.10 You can specify row/col color. See Sample 9.
25.mar.10 Ribbons now have transparency. Images are anti-aliased. Web tool now doesn't crash as often.