Introducing Ozone

Here’s a demo of an awesome project I’ve been working on: Ozone, a data visualization OLAP database. If you’re a web developer and you like the demo, check out the source code and see if you’ll find it handy. This is a first cut: future versions will load faster, consume less memory, and have more features—while not compromising ease of use.

Note that the boxes that zoom when clicked are from a demo of the popular D3 graphics library. Ozone adds the ability to quickly filter and partition the underlying data.

This is a research project at Vocalabs. I’ve spent a little over ten days total on it, and I plan to keep working on it. My ultimate goal is a high-performance tool that seamlessly bridges Big Data (databases that require a supercomputing cluster) and realtime browser graphics visualization.