Tom Sawyer Perspectives is a low-code graph and data visualization and analysis development platform. Integrated design and preview interfaces and extensive API libraries allow developers to quickly create custom applications that intuitively solve big data problems.
Use features like nested drawings, advanced node and edge labeling, precise shape clipping, port and connectors controls, and incremental layout to see the superstructure of your data and produce visually clear graphs that are understood by domain experts and stakeholders alike.
We help customers develop solutions using Tom Sawyer Perspectives and are Partnering with Tom Sawyer to deliver state of the art graph analytical solutions.
- Use the point-and-click designer interface to perfect your graph visualization application design and the Previewer interface to see your work in action.
- Create knowledge graphs that best suit your use case by selecting from multiple presentation formats.
- Let user discover what matters most using five interactive graph layout algorithms and integrated centrality measures.
- Interact with your graph visualization using flexible filtering, attribute-driven search, synchronized selection and highlighting, overviews, panning and link navigation, and marquee, focal, and interactive zooming.
- Make your data work for you. The 30+ analysis algorithms available in Perspectives find direct connections, middlemen, paths, and influencers.
- Use Perspectives to design your graph visualization and analytics application. Then seamlessly integrate with standard source control, build, and CI/CD integration programs. Select the deployment option that meets the needs of your end users.
Study the factors contributing to global warming based on findings from NASA’s Goddard Institute for Space Studies. Filter human factors and natural factors to see how they affect the earth’s temperature in multiple data views.
Manage the base transceiver station devices and antennas of a microwave transmission network. Observe edge colors and thickness to determine connection loads and capacity as you run Shortest Path analysis to find the fastest communication routes.
Identify fraud. Find relationships. Bust bad guys. Use social network analysis algorithms to predict patterns and make strategic decisions.