Visualize your data using PowerShell: Introducing SeeShell

Jim Christopher, a Windows PowerShell MVP and a founder of Code Owls LLC, announced the release of SeeShell—a toolkit to visualize the data from various sources such as WMI objects, performance counters, event logs, files, databases, system events, etc.

SeeShell includes over two dozen types of charts—from simple column graphs to polar scatter plots. The timeline visualization can quickly map data along a time or numeric axis. The grid visualization contains a compelling feature set, including sorting, multi-level grouping, data-aware filtering, and data-aware property summaries.

Go ahead and try SeeShell. And, when you want a full license, you can buy one over here.

About the author: Ravikanth C

Ravikanth is the founder and editor of the PowerShell Magazine. He is also a PowerShell MVP who works at Dell Inc. He blogs at http://www.ravichaganti.com/blog and you can follow him on Twitter @ravikanth.

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