Dex - Dex : The Data Explorer -- A data visualization tool written in Java/Groovy/JavaFX capable of powerful ETL and publishing web visualizations

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Dex : The data explorer is a data visualization tool written in Java/JavaFX capable of powerful ETL and data visualization. There are 2 main ways to install Dex.

https://dexvis.net
https://github.com/PatMartin/Dex

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