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Data visualisation has become one of the most common modes of information communication because it allows the data or/and analysis of large amount of data to be presented in a good looking and easily understandable way. The use of graphs, charts, maps and other visualisation tools has been shown as one of the most effective ways to communicate information as it enables the target audience to "read" the information at a glance... To create data visualisations, various software programmes are used. These are usually designed to meet the needs of specific users. Some of the most popular data visualisation software programmes include Data Desk (statistical analysis), Dundas Data Visualisation, ELKI (data mining), Eye-Sys (interactive data visualisation), Trendalyzer (statistical analysis), GGobi (statistical analysis), ggplot2 (programming language), IBM OpenDX (scientific data visualisation), IDL (programming language), Spotfire (business intelligence), Tableau Software (business..