Data Analysis

The statistics and analysis of Big Data are mainly based on the distributed database or the distributed database group, to analyze and classify the mass data, which can satisfy most of the common requirements. In this perspective, some real-time requirements may involve the Greenplum of EMC, the Oracle of Exadata, the Inforbright of MySQL, etc. Additionally, Hadoop can be used to deal with some batching or semi-structured data-based requirements.

Common analysis tools

Tools Introduction
Google Chart API The Google Chart API is an interactive Web service that creates graphical charts from user-supplied data. Google servers create a PNG image of a chart from data and formatting parameters specified by a user's HTTP request. The service supports a wide variety of chart information and formatting. Users may conveniently embed these charts in a Web page by using a simple image tag.
Processing A signboard tool for data visualization. Processing can run on almost all platforms.
Leaflet The leaflet is a widely-used open-source JavaScript library used to build web mapping applications.
It supports most mobile and desktop platforms, supporting HTML5 and CSS3.
OpenLayers OpenLayers is an open-source (provided under the 2-clause BSD License [2]) JavaScript library for displaying map data in web browsers as slippy maps.
PolyMaps PolyMaps provides a speedy display of multi-zoom datasets over maps and supports a variety of visual presentations for tiled vector data, in addition to the usual cartography from OpenStreetMap, CloudMade, Bing, and others providers of image-based web maps.
Modest Maps Modest Maps is a small, extensible, and free library for designers and developers who want to use interactive maps in their projects. It provides a core set of features in a tight, clean package with plenty of hooks for additional functionality.
Gantt Gantt is an open-source PHP class for generating Gantt charts on the fly. The charts created are pure HTML5-CSS3 with no JavaScript involved. The output looks very nice by default but can be customized with ease (with SASS stylesheet). It simply works by defining an array of start/end dates and calling a single function. Also, charts are cross-browser (IE7+).