Hello all. I recently took on a project where I was compressing large amounts of scientific data. Adjacent to that project, I was wondering, what is the best way to visualize huge data files(like 2 GB of floats) that have low dimensionality(<5 variables)? Ideally I am picturing something kinda like looking at an audio waveform, where each variable can be visualized individually and the user can scrub along the waveform along with zoom in to see things more clearly. However, when I try to look up data visualization tools, I keep getting stumped by results for high dimensionality visualization. I don't need many dimensions, just the ability to zoom and scroll in one dimension with many points!(one of the variables is a time variable, so that would be the independent variable for these visualized waveforms).

Thank you for any recommendations, I will gladly research any leads.