Over at the Montreal Gazzette, Joseph Czikk writes that Plot.ly is a new online platform that allows users to create and collaborate on publication-quality graphs and charts that require large amounts of data. More powerful than Microsoft Excel or Google Docs, it enables data analysts to work together in real-time.
Plot.ly is the first tool where teams that have to work on data-driven problems together can rapidly share and annotate their graphs and results through the cloud,” said co-founder Chris Parmer.
Created by brothers Jack and Chris Parmer, the Montreal company is looking to make a dent in the data visualization market and is currently raising a seed-funding round of $1.5 million. Read the Full Story or sign up to start using Plot.ly today.