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OpenDX is open source visualization software provided by IBM. The OpenDX project is based on IBM's Visualization Explorer created in 1991. At this site, users can download the program, read about the program and its applications, see graphic examples, and link to news pages, OpenDX listservers, a list of recommended texts, and sites with add-on code. Those new to the software may want to consult the How do I get started? page. OpenDX is intended for use in visualization of scientific, engineering, and analytical data. The site states that OpenDX's object-oriented, self-describing data model provides great flexibility in creating visualization. The gallery features examples of applications in chemistry, physics, anthropology, oil and gas, environmental modeling, and more.
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