What is the most popular visualization tool?

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IT Manager in Finance (non-banking), 501 - 1,000 employees
Thanks for reaching out, to know the most popular Visualization tools, one of the most popular BI tools is Tableau. although, there are many competitors out there like Microsoft Power BI, IBM etc. but Tableau still remain the most popular tools for Business Intelligent

I hope this answer your question.
IT Manager in Software, 51 - 200 employees
Looker studio and tableau. Power BI also most useful tool to visualize data.
IT Analyst in Manufacturing, 10,001+ employees
Some of the most powerful  BI tools are Tableau and Microsoft Power BI. But  when we talk about huge data and real time data  Tableau  is having edge over other tools. 
IT Manager in Manufacturing, 1,001 - 5,000 employees
It depends on your demand: 
Tableau: A powerful and flexible tool that allows users to create interactive charts, dashboards, maps, and stories from various data sources

Power BI: A Microsoft product that integrates with various data sources and provides rich visualization capabilities, such as reports, dashboards, and custom apps.

Qlik Sense: A self-service data analytics platform that uses artificial intelligence to generate personalized and relevant insights from data. 

Zoho Analytics: A cloud-based tool that offers a range of visualization options, such as charts, pivot tables, widgets, and dashboards. 

Google Charts: A free and easy-to-use tool that allows users to create various types of charts and graphs from data stored in Google Sheets or other web sources
IT Manager, Self-employed
We use Microsoft Power BI, but also Tableau is very popular.

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