Thanks for getting in touch! I'll reply soon. In the meantime, check out some of my recent projects below, if you haven't yet seen them.
Researchers at the Center for Global Development had scraped data from the Overseas Private Investment Corporation and needed a way to make the data available and present it in a user-friendly way. No real visualization was needed, so we settled on a datatable presentation that would allow users to sort the data and browse through it with custom filters.
Datatable.js is the platform I used for this. With its simplest implementation, you link to this jQuery plugin, and it finds any HTML table with the proper classname and converts it to a sortable datatable. This data set, however, was more complicated. For one, having a 1,500-row table in the DOM was not really an option; second, the custom filtering and display requirements brought some of the more advanced features of the platform into play.