A brief history of how we came to be
Four years ago, a team of us from MIT was doing research on educational mapping and as part of that research, wanted to visualize our highly-connected data. Surprisingly, we found no tools out there that would let us easily create such network visualizations without needing to code. We thus embarked on creating Rhumbl, designed for teams who have no developer resources.
Today, Rhumbl is the data visualization engine for network data. Our goal is to put the power of data visualization at your fingertips, without you needing to write a single line of code. We want to make things as simple and straightforward for you as possible.
Harking back to our roots in academia, our values include encouraging the free dissemination of knowledge, which is why we continue to publish articles on network modeling, educational mapping, graph theory, big data analysis, etc. We believe that everyone can benefit and make better data visualizations when equipped with more knowledge.
Continue to read our introductory article on network modeling →
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